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Words containing c, h, l, a, m

6 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

  • culham — a village in S central England, in Oxfordshire: site of the UK centre for thermonuclear reactor research and of the Joint European Torus (JET) programme
  • lamech — the son of Enoch, and the father of Jabal, Jubal, and Tubal-cain. Gen. 4:18.
  • machel — Samora Moisés [suh-mawr-uh moi-zes] /səˈmɔr ə mɔɪˈzɛs/ (Show IPA), 1933–86, Mozambique political leader: president 1975–86.
  • michal — a daughter of Saul, who became the wife of David. I Sam. 14:49; 18:27.

7 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

  • alchemy — Alchemy was a form of chemistry studied in the Middle Ages, which was concerned with trying to discover ways to change ordinary metals into gold.
  • calmeth — (archaic) Third-person singular simple present indicative form of calm.
  • camphol — borneol
  • chambly — a city in S Quebec, in E Canada.
  • chasmal — a yawning fissure or deep cleft in the earth's surface; gorge.

8 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

  • alchemic — a form of chemistry and speculative philosophy practiced in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance and concerned principally with discovering methods for transmuting baser metals into gold and with finding a universal solvent and an elixir of life.
  • aleichem — Sholom, real name Solomon Rabinowitz. 1859–1916, US Jewish writer, born in Russia. His works include Tevye the Milkman, which was adapted for the stage musical Fiddler on the Roof
  • bechamel — a basic white sauce made of milk, butter, flour, and, sometimes, cream
  • camelish — similar to a camel
  • chalmersAlexander, 1759–1834, Scottish biographer, editor, and journalist.

9 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

  • abimelech — a king of Gerar, who made a peace agreement with Abraham. Gen. 20, 21.
  • ahimelech — a priest who was killed by Saul for helping David. I Sam. 21:1–9; 22:9–23.
  • alchemies — a form of chemistry and speculative philosophy practiced in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance and concerned principally with discovering methods for transmuting baser metals into gold and with finding a universal solvent and an elixir of life.
  • alchemise — to change by or as by alchemy; transmute: to alchemize lead into gold.
  • alchemist — An alchemist was a scientist in the Middle Ages who tried to discover how to change ordinary metals into gold.

10 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

  • accomplish — If you accomplish something, you succeed in doing it.
  • achimelech — Ahimelech.
  • alchemical — Alchemical means relating to the science of alchemy.
  • alchemists — Plural form of alchemist.
  • alchemized — Simple past tense and past participle of alchemize.

11 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

  • achlamydate — not chlamydate; having neither mantle nor pallium.
  • adrammelech — one of the gods worshiped by the Sepharvites. II Kings 17:31. Compare Anammelech.
  • alchemistic — a form of chemistry and speculative philosophy practiced in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance and concerned principally with discovering methods for transmuting baser metals into gold and with finding a universal solvent and an elixir of life.
  • alchemizing — Present participle of alchemize.
  • algorithmic — a set of rules for solving a problem in a finite number of steps, as for finding the greatest common divisor.

12 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

  • accomplished — If someone is accomplished at something, they are very good at it.
  • accomplisher — to bring to its goal or conclusion; carry out; perform; finish: to accomplish one's mission.
  • accomplishes — Third-person singular simple present indicative form of accomplish.
  • achlamydeous — (of flowers such as the willow) having neither petals nor sepals
  • agrichemical — a chemical used in agriculture

13 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

  • accomplishing — Present participle of accomplish.
  • achromatophil — Also, achromatophilic [ey-kruh-mat-uh-fil-ik, ak-ruh-, ey-kroh-muh-tuh-] /ˌeɪ krəˌmæt əˈfɪl ɪk, ˌæk rə-, eɪˌkroʊ mə tə-/ (Show IPA). having little or no affinity for stains.
  • agrochemicals — Plural form of agrochemical.
  • alchemistical — relating to alchemists
  • alcoholometer — an instrument, such as a specially calibrated hydrometer, for determining the percentage of alcohol in a liquid

14 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

  • accomplishable — to bring to its goal or conclusion; carry out; perform; finish: to accomplish one's mission.
  • accomplishment — An accomplishment is something remarkable that has been done or achieved.
  • achromatically — In an achromatic manner.
  • alexipharmical — Alternative form of alexipharmic.
  • allelochemical — A chemical produced by a living organism, exerting a detrimental physiological effect on the individuals of another species when released into the environment.

15 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

  • accomplishments — Plural form of accomplishment.
  • achromatophilia — the property of having little or no affinity for stains.
  • algorithmically — Using an algorithm.
  • allelochemicals — Plural form of allelochemical.
  • allotriomorphic — (of minerals) not having their own regular shape (as determined by their internal structure) but being shaped instead by adjacent minerals

16 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

17 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

  • american-flagfish — flagfish (def 1).
  • amphitheatrically — In a manner such as to appear to have some characteristics of an amphitheatre.
  • anglo-catholicism — the tradition or form of worship in the Anglican Church that emphasizes Catholicity, the apostolic succession, and the continuity of all churches within the communion with pre-Reformation Christianity as well as the importance of liturgy and ritual.
  • anti-metaphysical — pertaining to or of the nature of metaphysics.
  • antihyperglycemic — (of a medication or treatment) Tending to reduce hyperglycemia (high blood sugar, characteristic of diabetes).

18 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

  • anti-scholasticism — (sometimes initial capital letter) the system of theological and philosophical teaching predominant in the Middle Ages, based chiefly upon the authority of the church fathers and of Aristotle and his commentators.
  • bromochloromethane — chlorobromomethane.
  • carboxyhaemoglobin — haemoglobin coordinated with carbon monoxide, formed as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning. As carbon monoxide is bound in preference to oxygen, tissues are deprived of oxygen
  • chlorobromomethane — a clear, colorless, volatile, nonflammable liquid, CH 2 ClBr, used chiefly as an extinguishing agent in fire extinguishers and as a solvent in organic synthesis.
  • cholangiocarcinoma — (pathology) Cancer of the bile duct.

19 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

  • anarcho-syndicalism — syndicalism.
  • anthropomorphically — ascribing human form or attributes to a being or thing not human, especially to a deity.
  • cathodoluminescence — luminescence caused by irradiation with electrons (cathode rays)
  • chemolithoautotroph — (biology) A chemoautotroph or lithoautotroph.
  • chlorofluoromethane — any of a series of gaseous or volatile methanes substituted with chlorine and fluorine and containing little or no hydrogen: used as refrigerants and, formerly, as aerosol propellants until scientists became concerned about depletion of the atmospheric ozone layer.

20 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

21 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

  • châlons-en-champagne — a town in NE France, on the River Marne: scene of Attila's defeat by the Romans (451 ad). Pop: 47 339 (1999)
  • electroencephalograms — Plural form of electroencephalogram.
  • electromyographically — By means of, or in terms of, electromyography.
  • electronystagmography — A diagnostic test to record involuntary movements of the eye caused by a condition known as nystagmus. It can also be used to diagnose the cause of vertigo, dizziness or balance dysfunction by testing the vestibular system.
  • hypercholesterolaemia — the condition of having a high concentration of cholesterol in the blood

22 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

  • carboxymethylcellulose — a white, water-soluble polymer derived from cellulose, used as a coating and sizing for paper and textiles, a stabilizer for various foods, and an appetite suppressor.
  • charleville-mézières — twin towns on opposite sides of the River Meuse in NE France. Pop: 55 490 (1999)
  • chemical-sympathectomy — sympathectomy (def 2).
  • chlorotrifluoromethane — a colorless gas, CClF 3 , used chiefly as a refrigerant, in the hardening of metals, and in pharmaceutical processing.
  • spectrophotometrically — an instrument for making photometric comparisons between parts of spectra.

23 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

24 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

26 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

  • ethylenediaminetetraacetic — Alternative spelling of ethylenediaminetetracetic.
  • ethylmercurithiosalicylate — (organic compound) A salt or ester of ethylmercurithiosalicylic acid.
  • statistical-thermodynamics — the science that deals with average properties of the molecules, atoms, or elementary particles in random motion in a system of many such particles and relates these properties to the thermodynamic and other macroscopic properties of the system.

29 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

32 letter words containing c, h, l, a, m

  • democratic-republic-of-the-congo — People's Republic of the, a republic in central Africa, W of the Democratic Republic of the Congo: formerly an overseas territory in French Equatorial Africa; now an independent member of the French Community. 132,046 sq. mi. (341,999 sq. km). Capital: Brazzaville. Formerly French Congo, Middle Congo.

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