16-letter words containing c, o, n, e

  • 's hertogenbosch — a city in the S Netherlands, capital of North Brabant province: birthplace of Hieronymus Bosch. Pop: 133 000 (2003 est)
  • (at) second hand — not from the original source; indirectly
  • abdominocentesis — (surgery) Extraction of peritoneal fluid from the abdomen for evaluation, using a trocar.
  • abscission layer — a layer of parenchyma cells that is formed at the bases of fruits, flowers, and leaves before abscission. As the parenchyma disintegrates, the organ becomes separated from the plant
  • absolute ceiling — the maximum height above sea level, usually measured in feet or metres, at which an aircraft can maintain horizontal flight
  • absolute monarch — a monarchy that is not limited or restrained by laws or a constitution.
  • absorbent cotton — raw cotton made absorbent by the removal of its wax: used for surgical dressings, etc.
  • acanthocephalans — Plural form of acanthocephalan.
  • acanthopterygian — of, relating to, or belonging to the Acanthopterygii, a large group of teleost fishes having spiny fin rays. The group includes most saltwater bony fishes
  • accession number — the number given to record a new addition to a collection
  • accordion pleats — tiny knife pleats
  • accountabilities — the state of being accountable, liable, or answerable.
  • accounts payable — A company's accounts payable are all the money that it owes to other companies for goods or services that it has received, or a list of these companies and the amounts owed to them.
  • acetyl promazine — acepromazine
  • acetylandromedol — grayanotoxin.
  • acid metaprotein — a metaprotein derived by means of a hydrolytic acid.
  • acknowledgements — Plural form of acknowledgement.
  • acorn archimedes — Archimedes
  • acoustic neuroma — a benign brain tumour of the vestibulocochlear nerve, one of the nerves connecting the ear to the brain, which can cause hearing and balance problems
  • act of indemnity — an act of Parliament granting exemption to public officers from technical penalties that they may have been compelled to incur
  • actinodermatitis — dermatitis from exposure to radiation, esp ultraviolet light or X-rays
  • actinopterygians — Plural form of actinopterygian.
  • action committee — a group of people who come together to organize and supervise others who are fighting for a particular cause or carrying out a particular task
  • action potential — a localized change in electrical potential, from about –70 mV to +30 mV and back again, that occurs across a nerve fibre during transmission of a nerve impulse
  • activated carbon — a porous highly adsorptive form of carbon used to remove colour or impurities from liquids and gases, in the separation and extraction of chemical compounds, and in the recovery of solvents
  • activation order — an instruction to create, mobilize, or organize a unit
  • active transport — a process by which molecules are enabled to pass across a membrane from a region in which they are in a low concentration to one of high concentration; this requires the expenditure of energy in metabolism and is assisted by carrier proteins, commonly referred to as pumps
  • adiadochokinesia — the inability to perform rapidly alternating muscular movements, as flexion and extension.
  • adiadochokinesis — the inability to perform rapidly alternating muscular movements, as flexion and extension.
  • admitting office — an office in a hospital where administrative staff carry out the procedures necessary to admit a patient to the hospital
  • advice columnist — An advice columnist is a person who writes a column in a newspaper or magazine in which they reply to readers who have written to them for advice on their personal problems.
  • aestheticisation — Act or process of aestheticising.
  • aestheticization — Alternative form of aestheticisation.
  • affectionateness — The state or quality of being affectionate.
  • affluent society — a society in which the material benefits of prosperity are widely available
  • african honeybee — killer bee.
  • age of innocence — a novel (1920) by Edith Wharton.
  • all-encompassing — all-embracing.
  • alligator wrench — a wrench having a V -shaped pair of serrated jaws set at right angles to the shank for turning cylindrical or irregularly shaped parts.
  • alloyed junction — a semiconductor junction used in some junction transistors and formed by alloying metal contacts, functioning as emitter and collector regions, to a wafer of semiconductor that acts as the base region
  • 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.
  • alternative rock — a broad category of popular rock music typically regarded as somewhat out of the mainstream and variously including elements of punk rock, heavy metal, folk music, etc.
  • aluminosilicates — Plural form of aluminosilicate.
  • ambulance stocks — high-performance stocks and shares recommended by a broker to a dissatisfied client to improve their relationship
  • ambulance worker — any person who works in the ambulance service
  • american buffalo — bison (def 1).
  • american cowslip — shooting star (def 2).
  • aminoacetic acid — glycine.
  • aminocyclohexane — cyclohexylamine.
  • ammonium acetate — a white, crystalline, deliquescent, water-soluble solid, NH 4 (C 2 H 3 O 2), used chiefly in the manufacture of dyes and meat preservatives.

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