14-letter words containing a, r, o, n, i, c

  • abarticulation — (anatomy) An articulation, especially one that permits free motion in the joint; a hinge joint.
  • abortifacients — Plural form of abortifacient.
  • absorbefacient — a medicine or other agent that promotes absorption
  • abstractionism — the theory and practice of the abstract, esp of abstract art
  • abstractionist — a person who produces abstract works of art.
  • accelerational — Of, pertaining to, or caused by acceleration.
  • accident prone — If you describe someone or something as accident prone, you mean that a lot of accidents or other unpleasant things happen to them.
  • accident-prone — tending to have more accidents or mishaps than the average person.
  • accordion file — an expanding file made of ridged paper with separate compartments for different types of document
  • accordion-fold — to fold into pleats resembling the bellows of an accordion: to make a fan by accordion-folding a sheet of paper.
  • accreditations — Plural form of accreditation.
  • accretion disc — the disc formed around a celestial body by the process of accretion
  • accretion disk — the rapidly spinning disk of gas that forms around the more compact component of a close binary star system as mass is transferred to the compact companion from the primary star.
  • accrued income — money which has been earned but has not yet been received
  • achondroplasia — a skeletal disorder, characterized by failure of normal conversion of cartilage into bone, that begins during fetal life and results in dwarfism
  • acoustic nerve — either one of the eighth pair of cranial nerves, consisting of sensory fibers that conduct impulses from the organs of hearing and from the semicircular canals to the brain.
  • active monitor — (networking)   A process in an IBM token ring network which ensures a token is present on the ring, removes circulating frames with unknown or invalid destinations, and performs introductions between machines on the ring.
  • adenocarcinoma — a malignant tumour originating in glandular tissue
  • adenosclerosis — (medicine) The hardening of a gland.
  • adoption curve — a curve on a graph plotting the number of people using a new product against the time from its initial release
  • adrenocortical — relating to the adrenal cortex
  • adverse action — An adverse action notice is an official explanation by a financial institution of why they are refusing to grant credit to someone.
  • aerodynamicist — an expert in aerodynamics.
  • aeroelastician — a specialist in the science of aeroelasticity
  • aeronautically — In a aeronautical manner; with respect to aeronautics or aviation.
  • african potato — the corm of a southern African plant, Hypoxis hemerocallidea, believed to possess medicinal properties
  • african violet — any of several tropical African plants of the genus Saintpaulia, esp S. ionantha, cultivated as house plants, with violet, white, or pink flowers and hairy leaves: family Gesneriaceae
  • africanization — to replace the European or white staff of (an organization in Africa) with black Africans.
  • africanthropus — a genus of hominids of eastern Africa, assumed from a number of now lost skull fragments to have been a form of archaic Homo : no longer in technical use.
  • afro-caribbean — Afro-Caribbean refers to people from the Caribbean whose ancestors came from Africa.
  • agrotechnician — a specialist in the science and technology of agriculture, farm production, or the like.
  • air conduction — Medicine/Medical. transmission of sound vibrations to the eardrum through the external auditory meatus (opposed to bone conduction).
  • air controller — a military person assigned to monitor, manage, etc. aircraft within a specified region
  • airconditioned — Alternative spelling of air-conditioned.
  • airconditioner — Alternative form of air conditioner.
  • aircraftswoman — a woman holding a noncommissioned rank in the RAF.
  • airplane cloth — a strong, plain-weave cloth of linen or cotton, originally used for airplane wings
  • alarm reaction — the first stage of the general adaptation syndrome, in which the body responds to stress by exhibiting shock.
  • all-conquering — having defeated all opponents over a long period of time
  • alley cropping — a method of planting in which rows of trees are interspersed with rows of crops, improving the soil and providing nutrients, particularly nitrogen, to the crops.
  • american bison — a member of the cattle tribe, Bison bison, formerly widely distributed over the prairies of W North America but now confined to reserves and parks, with a massive head, shaggy forequarters, and a humped back
  • american cloth — a glazed or waterproofed cotton cloth
  • american holly — See under holly (def 1).
  • american lotus — water chinquapin (def 1).
  • american organ — a reed organ having a suction bellows that draws the air in through the reeds.
  • american samoa — the part of Samoa administered by the US. Capital: Pago Pago. Pop: 54 719 (2013 est). Area: 197 sq km (76 sq miles)
  • amphotericin b — an antibiotic compound, C46H73NO20, used in treating certain diseases caused by parasitic fungi, such as systemic candidiasis
  • amrit ceremony — the ceremony of initiation into the Khalsa, at which amrit is drunk by and sprinkled on the heads of candidates for initiation
  • anacardiaceous — of, relating to, or belonging to the Anacardiaceae, a chiefly tropical family of trees and shrubs many of which have edible drupes. The family includes the cashew, mango, pistachio, and sumach
  • anachronically — something or someone that is not in its correct historical or chronological time, especially a thing or person that belongs to an earlier time: The sword is an anachronism in modern warfare.

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