15-letter words containing b, u, d, g, e

  • adygei republic — a constituent republic of SW Russia, bordering on the Caucasus Mountains: chiefly agricultural but with some mineral resources. Capital: Maikop. Pop: 447 000 (2002). Area: 7600 sq km (2934 sq miles)
  • anybody's guess — a person of some importance: If you're anybody, you'll receive an invitation.
  • argyll and bute — a council area in W Scotland on the Atlantic Ocean: in 1975 the historical counties of Argyllshire and Bute became part of Strathclyde region; in 1996 they were reinstated as a single unitary authority. Argyll and Bute is mountainous and includes the islands of Bute, Mull, Islay, and Jura. Administrative centre: Lochgilphead. Pop: 91 300 (2003 est). Area: 6930 sq km (2676 sq miles)
  • big muddy river — a river in SW Illinois, flowing SW into the Mississippi. About 120 miles (195 km) long.
  • bloodguiltiness — guilty of murder or bloodshed.
  • blue cattle dog — an Australian breed of dog with a bluish coat, developed for herding cattle
  • blue-eyed grass — any of various mainly North American iridaceous marsh plants of the genus Sisyrinchium that have grasslike leaves and small flat starlike blue flowers
  • breeding ground — If you refer to a situation or place as a breeding ground for something bad such as crime, you mean that this thing can easily develop in that situation or place.
  • bridge-building — efforts to establish communications and friendly contacts between people in order to make them friends or allies
  • brunner's gland — any of the glands in the submucosal layer of the duodenum, secreting an alkaline fluid into the small intestine.
  • brush discharge — a slightly luminous electrical discharge between points of high charge density when the charge density is insufficient to cause a spark or around sharp points on a highly charged conductor because of ionization of air molecules in their vicinity
  • building permit — a permit for construction work
  • building trades — the trades and professions concerned with the creation and finishing of buildings, such as carpenters, plasterers, masons, electricians, etc.
  • building worker — a labourer, bricklayer, etc who works in the construction industry
  • bulldog edition — the early edition of a morning newspaper, chiefly for out-of-town distribution
  • butter-and-eggs — any of various plants, such as toadflax, the flowers of which are of two shades of yellow
  • butter-fingered — a person who frequently drops things; clumsy person.
  • butterfly wedge — a wooden fastening in the form of a double dovetail for joining two boards at their edges.
  • cabinet pudding — a steamed suet pudding containing dried fruit
  • cranberry gourd — a South American vine, Abobra tenuifolia, of the gourd family, having deeply lobed, ovate leaves and bearing a berrylike scarlet fruit.
  • de bruijn graph — (mathematics)   A class of graphs with elegant properties. De Bruijn graphs are especially easy to use for routing, with shifting of source and destination addresses.
  • distinguishable — to mark off as different (often followed by from or by): He was distinguished from the other boys by his height.
  • double genitive — a possessive construction consisting of a prepositional phrase with of containing a substantive in the possessive case, as of father's in He is a friend of father's.
  • double integral — an integral in which the integrand involves a function of two variables and that requires two applications of the integration process to evaluate.
  • double knitting — a widely used medium thickness of knitting wool
  • double negation — the principle that a statement is equivalent to the denial of its negation, as it is not the case that John is not here meaning John is here
  • double negative — a syntactic construction in which two negative words are used in the same clause to express a single negation.
  • double printing — the exposure of the same positive photographic emulsion to two or more negatives, resulting in the superimposition of multiple images after development
  • double stopping — playing two notes or parts simultaneously on a string instrument
  • embalming fluid — a liquid used to treat a dead body, which contains preservatives to retard putrefaction
  • english bulldog — bulldog (sense 1)
  • founding member — A founding member of a club, group, or organization is one of the first members, often one who was involved in setting it up.
  • gaudier-brzeska — Henri (ɑ̃ri), original name Henri Gaudier. 1891–1915, French vorticist sculptor
  • good queen bess — Elizabeth I
  • great barracuda — a large barracuda, Sphyraena barracuda, of Atlantic and western Pacific seas.
  • ground observer — a person stationed in a position on the ground to watch, follow, and report on flights of aircraft, especially of enemy aircraft.
  • ground-breaking — the act or ceremony of breaking ground for a new construction project.
  • groundbreakings — Plural form of groundbreaking.
  • guaranteed bond — a bond issued by a corporation in which payment of the principal, interest, or both is guaranteed by another corporation.
  • guns and butter — a symbol for the economic policy of a government insofar as spending is allocated for either military or social purposes
  • hedge your bets — play it safe, lessen a risk
  • hindenburg line — a line of elaborate fortifications established by the German army in World War I, near the French-Belgian border, from Lille SE to Metz.
  • horse-and-buggy — of or relating to the last few generations preceding the invention of the automobile: vivid recollections of horse-and-buggy days.
  • humpback bridge — arched bridge
  • langue de boeuf — ox-tongue partisan.
  • leaf-footed bug — any of numerous plant-sucking or predaceous bugs of the family Coreidae, typically having leaflike legs: several species are pests of food crops.
  • listed building — (in Britain) a building officially recognized as having special historical or architectural interest and therefore protected from demolition or alteration
  • marburg disease — a viral disease producing a severe and often fatal illness with fever, rash, diarrhea, vomiting, and gastrointestinal bleeding, transmitted to humans through contact with infected green monkeys.
  • office building — building containing offices
  • painted bunting — a brilliantly colored bunting, Passerina ciris, of the southern U.S.

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