10-letter words containing c, h, i, r, o, m

  • achromasia — Absence of normal skin pigmentation (from bruising, stress or disease); pallor or achromia.
  • achromatic — without colour
  • achromatin — the material of the nucleus of a cell that does not stain with basic dyes
  • achromycin — tetracycline
  • amphigoric — a meaningless or nonsensical piece of writing, especially one intended as a parody.
  • amphoteric — able to function as either a base or an acid
  • anachorism — a geographical misplacement; something located in an incongruous position
  • anamorphic — of, relating to, or caused by anamorphosis or anamorphism
  • anharmonic — of or concerned with an oscillation whose frequency is not an integral factor or multiple of the base frequency
  • bichromate — dichromate
  • biomorphic — having the form of a living organism
  • chairwoman — The chairwoman of a meeting, committee, or organization is the woman in charge of it.
  • chairwomen — Plural form of chairwoman.
  • charmonium — an elementary particle that contains an antiquark and a charm quark
  • chimborazo — an extinct volcano in central Ecuador, in the Andes: the highest peak in Ecuador. Height: 6267 m (20 561 ft)
  • chirognomy — the study of the hand in order to discern a person's nature or future events
  • chiromancy — palmistry
  • chironomer — a person who is skilled in chironomy
  • chironomic — relating to chironomy
  • chironomid — a member of the Chironomidae, a family of nonbiting midges
  • chloralism — a medical condition created by prolonged use of chloral hydrate
  • chloramine — an unstable colourless liquid with a pungent odour, made by the reaction of sodium hypochlorite and ammonia. Formula: NH2Cl
  • choreiform — resembling the signs and indications of chorea
  • choriambus — choriamb.
  • chromaffin — showing a brown colour when in the presence of chromic acid
  • chromatics — the science of colour
  • chromatids — Plural form of chromatid.
  • chromatins — Plural form of chromatin.
  • chromatism — chromatic aberration
  • chromatoid — Resembling chromatin.
  • chromidium — a length or particle of chromatin in cell cytoplasm
  • chromophil — a cell that takes a stain easily
  • chronemics — The study of the communicative function of time.
  • cibachrome — the old name for the Ilfochrome photographic printing process
  • climograph — A chart that summarizes the climate of a place by superimposing a line graph representing average monthly temperature on a bar chart representing average monthly precipitation.
  • cochairman — a person who cochairs an organization
  • conchiform — shaped like a shell
  • cornishman — a man who is a native or inhabitant of Cornwall
  • cyathiform — shaped like a drinking glass or cup, with a wider upper section
  • cymotrichy — the state of having wavy hair
  • dichromacy — The quality of having two independent channels for conveying color information in the eye.
  • dichromasy — Alternative spelling of dichromacy.
  • dichromate — any salt or ester of dichromic acid. Dichromate salts contain the ion Cr2O72–
  • dichromism — the state of being dichromic
  • dyschromia — Abnormal alteration of the color of the skin or nails.
  • dysmorphic — relating to or resulting in misshapenness of parts of the body
  • echinoderm — any marine animal of the invertebrate phylum Echinodermata, having a radiating arrangement of parts and a body wall stiffened by calcareous pieces that may protrude as spines and including the starfishes, sea urchins, sea cucumbers, etc.
  • enharmonic — Of or relating to notes that are the same in pitch (in modern tuning) though bearing different names (e.g., F sharp and G flat or B and C flat).
  • epimorphic — (zoology, of an insect larva) That becomes segmented prior to hatching.
  • euharmonic — producing perfect concord or harmony

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