Words containing b, r, i, n, k

5 letter words containing b, r, i, n, k

  • brink — If you are on the brink of something, usually something important, terrible, or exciting, you are just about to do it or experience it.

6 letter words containing b, r, i, n, k

  • birken — relating to the birch tree
  • rybnik — a city in S Poland, in Katowice province,on the Nacyna River.

7 letter words containing b, r, i, n, k

  • barking — mad; crazy
  • barmkin — the outer fortification of a castle, or the battlement thereof
  • bikaner — a walled city in NW India, in Rajasthan: capital of the former state of Bikaner, on the edge of the Thar Desert. Pop: 529 007 (2001)
  • blinker — a flashing light for sending messages, as a warning device, etc, such as a direction indicator on a road vehicle
  • borking — to attack (a candidate or public figure) systematically, especially in the media.

8 letter words containing b, r, i, n, k

  • baikonur — a launching site for spacecraft in central Kazakhstan; formerly the centre for the Soviet space programme, now leased from Kazakhstan by Russia
  • barkings — Plural form of barking.
  • barnlike — resembling a barn
  • bearskin — A bearskin is a tall fur hat that is worn by some British soldiers on ceremonial occasions.
  • blinkard — an idiot or stupid person

9 letter words containing b, r, i, n, k

  • backprint — The mark or impression left by a person's back having been pressed against a surface.
  • bairnlike — childlike
  • bankerish — resembling or befitting a banker, especially in being perceived as reserved and conservative in dress and demeanor: a model of bankerish decorum.
  • bartokian — characteristic of the music of Béla Bartók: driving, percussive, Bartokian rhythm.
  • bearskins — Plural form of bearskin.

10 letter words containing b, r, i, n, k

  • backfiring — Present participle of backfire.
  • barkantine — a sailing vessel having three or more masts, square-rigged on the foremast and fore-and-aft-rigged on the other masts.
  • barkentine — a sailing ship of three or more masts rigged square on the foremast and fore-and-aft on the others
  • barracking — Present participle of barrack.
  • berkeleian — denoting or relating to the philosophy of George Berkeley

11 letter words containing b, r, i, n, k

  • aerobraking — the use of aerodynamic braking in extremely low-density atmospheres in space at hypersonic Mach numbers
  • ankle-biter — small child, toddler
  • bandkeramik — the pottery of the early Neolithic Danubian culture of Europe, having characteristic parallel spiral lines over the body and neck of the gourdlike vessels and dated 5000–4000 b.c.
  • bankrolling — Present participle of bankroll.
  • bankrupting — Present participle of bankrupt.

12 letter words containing b, r, i, n, k

  • backbreaking — demanding great effort; exhausting
  • backcrossing — (genetics) The crossing of a hybrid with one of its parents or an individual genetically similar to its parent.
  • backstarting — a marketing technique in publishing, whereby new customers are sent back issues of magazines or journals as part of their subscription
  • backtracking — to return over the same course or route.
  • bandaranaike — Chandrika

13 letter words containing b, r, i, n, k

  • back-breaking — Back-breaking work involves a lot of hard physical effort.
  • backformation — Alternative spelling of back-formation.
  • backgrounding — Present participle of background.
  • backwardation — the difference between the spot price for a commodity, including rent and interest, and the forward price
  • barnsbreaking — noisy and exuberant activity; boisterous mischief-making

14 letter words containing b, r, i, n, k

  • back-formation — the analogical creation of one word from another word that appears to be a derived or inflected form of the first by dropping the apparent affix or by modification.
  • backbreakingly — In a backbreaking manner.
  • backscattering — the scattering of rays or particles at angles to the original direction of motion of greater than 90°
  • backscratching — a long-handled device for scratching one's own back.
  • backside-front — backend-to.

15 letter words containing b, r, i, n, k

  • back-scratching — a reciprocal exchange of favors, aid, or compliments
  • buckinghamshire — a county in SE central England, containing the Vale of Aylesbury and parts of the Chiltern Hills: the geographic and ceremonial county includes Milton Keynes, which became an independent unitary authority in 1997. Administrative centre: Aylesbury. Pop (excluding Milton Keynes): 478 000 (2003 est). Area (excluding Milton Keynes): 1568 sq km (605 sq miles)
  • ground-breaking — the act or ceremony of breaking ground for a new construction project.
  • groundbreakings — Plural form of groundbreaking.
  • heartbreakingly — causing intense anguish or sorrow.

16 letter words containing b, r, i, n, k

  • back-propagation — (Or "backpropagation") A learning algorithm for modifying a feed-forward neural network which minimises a continuous "error function" or "objective function." Back-propagation is a "gradient descent" method of training in that it uses gradient information to modify the network weights to decrease the value of the error function on subsequent tests of the inputs. Other gradient-based methods from numerical analysis can be used to train networks more efficiently. Back-propagation makes use of a mathematical trick when the network is simulated on a digital computer, yielding in just two traversals of the network (once forward, and once back) both the difference between the desired and actual output, and the derivatives of this difference with respect to the connection weights.
  • backward-looking — If you describe someone or something as backward-looking, you disapprove of their attitudes, ideas, or actions because they are based on old-fashioned opinions or methods.
  • bacterioplankton — (biology) The bacterial component of marine plankton.
  • brick-and-mortar — pertaining to conventional stores, businesses, etc., having physical buildings and facilities, as opposed to Internet or remote services.
  • granville-barkerHarley, 1877–1946, English dramatist, actor, and critic.

17 letter words containing b, r, i, n, k

18 letter words containing b, r, i, n, k

  • berwick-upon-tweed — a town in N England, in N Northumberland at the mouth of the Tweed: much involved in border disputes between England and Scotland between the 12th and 16th centuries; neutral territory 1551–1885. Pop: 12 870 (2001)

19 letter words containing b, r, i, n, k

20 letter words containing b, r, i, n, k

  • belgorod-dnestrovski — a port in SW Ukraine, on the Dniester estuary: belonged to Romania from 1918 until 1940; under Soviet rule (1944–91). Pop: 48 100 (2004 est)
  • buckminsterfullerene — a form of carbon that contains molecules having 60 carbon atoms arranged at the vertices of a polyhedron with hexagonal and pentagonal faces. It is produced in carbon arcs and occurs naturally in small amounts in certain minerals
  • mecklenburg-schwerin — a former state in NE Germany, formed in 1934 from two states (Mecklenburg-Schwerin and Mecklenburg-Strelitz)
  • mecklenburg-strelitz — a former state in NE Germany, formed in 1934 from two states (Mecklenburg-Schwerin and Mecklenburg-Strelitz)

24 letter words containing b, r, i, n, k

  • black-english-vernacular — Also called African American Vernacular English, African American English, Afro-American English, Black English Vernacular, Black Vernacular English.a dialect of American English characterized by pronunciations, syntactic structures, and vocabulary associated with and used by some North American black people and exhibiting a wide variety and range of forms varying in the extent to which they differ from standard English.

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