15-letter words containing c, r

  • a cracking pace — If you say that someone or something is moving at a cracking pace, you mean that they are moving very quickly.
  • a crock of gold — Gold is a valuable, yellow-colored metal that is used for making jewelry and ornaments, and as an international currency.
  • a straight face — If you manage to keep a straight face, you manage to look serious, although you want to laugh.
  • ab urbe condita — from the founding of the city (Rome, about 753 b.c.). Abbreviation: A.U.C.
  • abortion clinic — a place where abortions are conducted legally by doctors
  • abraham lincolnAbbey (Anna Marie Gaby Wooldridge; Aminata Moseka) born 1930, U.S. jazz singer, activist, and actress.
  • absence seizure — petit mal.
  • abstract number — a number that does not designate the quantity of any particular kind of thing.
  • abstract syntax — (language, data)   A form of representation of data that is independent of machine-oriented structures and encodings and also of the physical representation of the data. Abstract syntax is used to give a high-level description of programs being compiled or messages passing over a communications link. A compiler's internal representation of a program will typically be an abstract syntax tree. The abstract syntax specifies the tree's structure is specified in terms of categories such as "statement", "expression" and "identifier". This is independent of the source syntax (concrete syntax) of the language being compiled (though it will often be very similar). A parse tree is similar to an abstract syntax tree but it will typically also contain features such as parentheses which are syntactically significant but which are implicit in the structure of the abstract syntax tree.
  • accelerationist — a person, especially an economist, who advocates or promotes the acceleration principle.
  • acceptance race — allowance race.
  • accessible room — An accessible room is a room that is easy for disabled people to enter and leave.
  • accessorization — to fit or equip with accessories: to accessorize a car with special seat covers.
  • accessory fruit — a fruit having enlarged accessory structures in addition to those formed from the ovary, as the strawberry, in which the fleshy tissue is the enlarged receptacle and the true fruits are the small, dry achenes borne on its surface
  • accessory nerve — either one of the eleventh pair of cranial nerves, which supply the muscles of the head, shoulders, larynx, and pharynx and the viscera of the abdomen and thorax
  • accordion pleat — one of a series of narrow, evenly spaced parallel pleats with alternating raised and recessed folds set into cloth or other material, usually by a commercial pleating machine.
  • account current — a record of business transactions that shows the total amount of money owed as of the date of the summarizing statement
  • accrued alimony — an amount of alimony that has not been paid
  • accrued charges — charges incurred in one accounting period that have not been paid by the end of it
  • accrued expense — an expense incurred but not yet paid, as accrued interest on notes payable.
  • acculturational — relating to acculturation
  • acetyl chloride — a colourless pungent liquid used as an acetylating agent. Formula: CH3COCl
  • acetylene torch — a piece of equipment that burns with a hot flame powered by acetylene and is used for welding, brazing, or soldering
  • achilles reflex — ankle jerk.
  • achlorophyllous — containing no chlorophyll.
  • achromatic lens — a system of two or more lenses that is substantially free from chromatic aberration and in which the lenses are made of different substances so that the focal length of the system is the same for two or three wavelengths of light.
  • achromatophilia — the property of having little or no affinity for stains.
  • acid test ratio — a ratio of cash, receivables, and marketable securities to current liabilities, used in determining credit risks.
  • acoustic guitar — an ordinary guitar, which produces its normal sound through the sounding board and is not amplified in any way
  • acoustic screen — a fabric-covered, double-sided screen used in open areas such as offices to absorb noise
  • acoustoelectric — electroacoustic.
  • acrimoniousness — The quality of being resentful or cynical.
  • acroanaesthesia — (pathology) Loss of sensation in the extremities.
  • act of congress — a law that has been passed by both houses of the US Congress and signed by the president; if the president has chosen to veto the bill, it can be passed by a two-thirds majority in Congress
  • actinide series — a series of 15 radioactive elements with increasing atomic numbers from actinium to lawrencium
  • actinium series — a radioactive decay series that starts with uranium-235 and ends with lead-207
  • actinochemistry — the branch of chemistry dealing with actinism; photochemistry.
  • actinopterygian — belonging or pertaining to the Actinopterygii, a group of bony fishes.
  • action reporter — a news reporter who reports to the public on matters of special interest to the consumer.
  • active hydrogen — hydrogen in the form of single atoms, rather than molecules, which makes it extremely reactive.
  • activity series — a table of metals, listed in the order of their ability to replace other metals while in solution
  • actual argument — (programming)   A value, expression, or reference passed to a function or subroutine when it is called and which replaces or is bound to the corresponding formal argument. See: argument.
  • acute bisectrix — See under bisectrix (def 1).
  • acyclic terpene — (originally) any of a class of monocyclic hydrocarbons of the formula C 10 H 16 , obtained from plants.
  • adenocarcinomas — Plural form of adenocarcinoma.
  • adhesive factor — the ratio of the force that can be exerted on driving wheels with full traction to the weight on the driving wheels, usually expressed as a percentage.
  • adiabatic chart — a graph for the analysis of adiabatic processes.
  • adjective group — An adjective group or adjectival group is a group of words based on an adjective, such as 'very nice' or 'interested in football'. An adjective group can also consist simply of an adjective.
  • admiralty cloth — melton cloth, used for coats and jackets, especially for the naval service.
  • admiralty court — the court that has jurisdiction in matters relating to maritime law

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