16-letter words containing c, h, l, o, r, p

  • alpha conversion — (theory)   In lambda-calculus and reduction, the renaming of a formal parameter in a lambda abstraction. This does not change the meaning of the abstraction. For example: \ x . x+1 <--> \ y . y+1 If the actual argument to a lambda abstraction contains instances of the abstraction's formal parameter then it is necessary to rename the parameter before applying the abstraction to avoid name capture.
  • alpha-tocopherol — Alpha-tocopherol is a form of vitamin E.
  • angiographically — By the use of angiography.
  • anthropometrical — Pertaining to anthropometry.
  • anthroposophical — of or relating to anthroposophy
  • apostolic church — the Christian church as founded by the apostles.
  • approachableness — capable of being approached; accessible.
  • arthroscopically — By means of arthroscopy.
  • australopithecus — an extinct genus of small-brained,large-toothed bipedal hominids that lived in Africa between one and four million years ago.
  • autobiographical — An autobiographical piece of writing relates to events in the life of the person who has written it.
  • bleaching powder — a white powder with the odour of chlorine, consisting of chlorinated calcium hydroxide with an approximate formula CaCl(OCl).4H2O. It is used in solution as a bleaching agent and disinfectant
  • brothel-creepers — soft-soled men's shoes that were originally popular in the 1950s
  • cape cod lighter — a device for lighting a fire, as in a fireplace, consisting of a lump of nonflammable material on a metal rod, that is soaked in kerosene or the like and lighted with a match.
  • cartographically — the production of maps, including construction of projections, design, compilation, drafting, and reproduction.
  • caryophyllaceous — of, relating to, or belonging to the Caryophyllaceae, a family of flowering plants including the pink, carnation, sweet william, and chickweed
  • catastrophically — of the nature of a catastrophe, or disastrous event; calamitous: a catastrophic failure of the dam.
  • chattel personal — an item of movable personal property, such as furniture, domestic animals, etc
  • chemolithotrophs — Plural form of chemolithotroph.
  • chemoprophylaxis — the prevention of disease using chemical drugs
  • chernobyl packet — (networking)   /cher-noh'b*l pak'*t/ A network packet that induces a broadcast storm and/or network meltdown, named in memory of the April 1986 nuclear accident at Chernobyl in Ukraine. The typical scenario involves an IP Ethernet datagram that passes through a gateway with both source and destination Ethernet address and IP address set as the respective broadcast addresses for the subnetworks being gated between. Compare Christmas tree packet.
  • chlordiazepoxide — a chemical compound used as a tranquillizer and muscle relaxant and in the treatment of delirium tremens. Formula: C16H14ClN3O
  • chlorophenol red — an acid-base indicator, C 19 H 12 Cl 2 O 5 S, that changes color from yellow to red as the acidity of a solution decreases.
  • chlorophenothane — DDT.
  • chlorpheniramine — an antihistaminic compound, C 20 H 23 ClN 2 O 4 , used in treating the symptoms of allergies.
  • cholangiographic — Relating to cholangiography.
  • cholecystography — radiography of the gall bladder after administration of a contrast medium
  • chondrodysplasia — (medicine) A genetic disorder characterized by short-limbed dwarfism.
  • chromium plating — plating, often for decorative effect, made of chromium
  • chromolithograph — a picture produced by chromolithography
  • cochlear implant — a device that stimulates the acoustic nerve in the inner ear in order to produce some form of hearing in people who are deaf from inner ear disease
  • comparable worth — the doctrine that a woman's and man's pay should be equal when their work requires equal training, skills, and responsibilities.
  • copyright symbol — (character, legal)   "©" The internationally recognised symbol required to introduce a copyright notice, a letter C with a circle around it. This can be encoded in ISO 8859-1 as character code decimal 169, hexadecimal A9, in HTML as ©, © or ©. A "c" in parentheses: "(c)" is sometimes used in documents stored in a coded character set such as ASCII that does not include the C in a circle, but this has no legal meaning.
  • crystallographer — A person skilled in crystallography.
  • crystallographic — of, relating to, or dealing with crystals or crystallography.
  • cytotrophoblasts — Plural form of cytotrophoblast.
  • diacetylmorphine — heroin.
  • dichlorobiphenyl — (organic compound) Either of twelve isomers of the polychlorinated biphenyl containing two chlorine atoms.
  • discographically — In terms of discography.
  • electromyographs — Plural form of electromyograph.
  • electromyography — The recording of the electrical activity of muscle tissue, or its representation as a visual display or audible signal, using electrodes attached to the skin or inserted into the muscle.
  • electrophilicity — (chemistry, uncountable) the condition of being electrophilic.
  • electrotherapist — One who administers electrotherapy.
  • encephalographic — Relating to, or employing encephalography.
  • episcopal church — an autonomous branch of the Anglican Communion in Scotland and the US
  • ethnographically — Regarding the ethnography (of a region).
  • false beechdrops — either of two parasitic or saprophytic plants of the genus Monotropa, especially the tawny or reddish M. hypopithys (false beechdrops) of eastern North America.
  • follicular phase — a stage of the menstrual cycle, from onset of menstruation to ovulation.
  • french polynesia — a French overseas territory in the S Pacific, including the Society Islands, Marquesas Islands, and other scattered island groups. 1544 sq. mi. (4000 sq. km). Capital: Papeete.
  • french telephone — handset (def 1).
  • geomorphological — Of or pertaining to geomorphology.

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