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

  • -crowned — crowned as specified
  • abiocoen — The non-living components of an environment, such as water, soil, air, etc.
  • accentor — any small sparrow-like songbird of the genus Prunella, family Prunellidae, which inhabit mainly mountainous regions of Europe and Asia
  • acetonic — Of, pertaining to, or producing acetone.
  • acknowne — aware
  • aconites — Plural form of aconite.
  • acrolein — a colourless or yellowish flammable poisonous pungent liquid used in the manufacture of resins and pharmaceuticals. Formula: CH2:CHCHO
  • actioned — Simple past tense and past participle of action.
  • actioner — a film with a fast-moving plot, usually containing scenes of violence
  • aglycone — a chemical compound
  • alcmaeon — a son of Amphiaraus and Eriphyle who commanded the second expedition against Thebes. He killed his mother for sending his father to certain death and was driven mad by the Furies.
  • amelcorn — a variety of wheat used to produce starch
  • amorance — the state of being in love
  • anacreon — ?572–?488 bc, Greek lyric poet, noted for his short songs celebrating love and wine
  • ancestor — Your ancestors are the people from whom you are descended.
  • anchored — any of various devices dropped by a chain, cable, or rope to the bottom of a body of water for preventing or restricting the motion of a vessel or other floating object, typically having broad, hooklike arms that bury themselves in the bottom to provide a firm hold.
  • anchoret — anchorite.
  • anconeal — Of or pertaining to the elbow.
  • anconeus — (anatomy) A muscle of the elbow and forearm.
  • anecdota — unpublished writings
  • anecdote — An anecdote is a short, amusing account of something that has happened.
  • anechoic — having a low degree of reverberation of sound
  • angelico — Fra (fra), original name Guido di Pietro; monastic name Fra Giovanni da Fiesole. ?1400–55, Italian fresco painter and Dominican friar
  • announce — If you announce something, you tell people about it publicly or officially.
  • anomeric — (organic chemistry) Of, or pertaining to anomers.
  • anorexic — If someone is anorexic, they are suffering from anorexia and so are very thin.
  • anoscope — proctoscope.
  • apocrine — denoting a type of glandular secretion in which part of the secreting cell is lost with the secretion, as in mammary glands
  • archaeon — A microorganism, physically resembling a bacterium, of the kingdom Archaea.
  • avowance — (obsolete) Act of avowing; avowal.
  • backbone — Your backbone is the column of small linked bones down the middle of your back.
  • baclofen — a muscle-relaxing drug used to treat muscle spasms
  • baconers — Plural form of baconer.
  • balconet — a small ornamental balcony which does not extend far beyond the window, essentially a guardrail
  • beaconed — a guiding or warning signal, as a light or fire, especially one in an elevated position.
  • beckoned — a nod, gesture, etc., that signals, directs, summons, indicates agreement, or the like.
  • becoming — A piece of clothing, a colour, or a hairstyle that is becoming makes the person who is wearing it look attractive.
  • benchtop — a flat surface area
  • besancon — a city in E France, on the Doubs River: university (1422). Pop: 121 012 (2006)
  • biconvex — (of a lens) having convex faces on both sides; convexo-convex
  • bioclean — free from harmful bacteria
  • biogenic — produced or originating from a living organism
  • bloncket — of a blue-grey colour
  • boatneck — a wide, high neckline that follows the curve of the collarbone and ends in points on the shoulder seams.
  • bongrace — a brim or shade on the front of women's bonnets or hats, intended to protect the face from the sun
  • boniface — Saint, original name Wynfrith. ?680–?755 ad, Anglo-Saxon missionary: archbishop of Mainz (746–755). Feast day: June 5
  • bromance — A bromance is a close but not sexual relationship between two men.
  • buncombe — bunkum
  • buoyance — the power to float or rise in a fluid; relative lightness.
  • ca-telon — (application)   A Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tool for designing, generating and maintaining COBOL and PL/I application programs. Telon was developed by Pansophic Systems who were bought by Computer Associates in 1991, whereupon it was renamed CA-Telon. It supports high-level, non-prodedural design and prototyping, combined with automatic code generation. There are mainframe and PC versions. The generated COBOL applications can execute in AIX, HP-UX, VSE, OS/400 for the AS/400, PC-DOS, or OS/2.

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