12-letter words containing c

  • (in) back of — at or to the rear of; behind
  • (in) care of — at the address of
  • À bon marché — at a bargain price
  • a chromosome — any chromosome belonging to the normal set characteristic of a given species.
  • a fat chance — very little or no chance
  • a free lunch — If you say there's no such thing as a free lunch, you are saying that most things that are worth having need to be paid for or worked for, and that you cannot expect to get things for nothing.
  • a l'ancienne — in or according to the old-fashioned manner or style.
  • à la grecque — in the Greek manner; specif., cooked in wine, olive oil, lemon juice, herbs, and spices, and usually served cold
  • a la plancha — (in Spanish cookery) grilled on a metal plate
  • a soft touch — If you say that someone is a soft touch or an easy touch, you mean that they can easily be persuaded to lend you money or to do things for you.
  • a sticky end — an unpleasant death
  • a thick skin — If you say that someone has a thick skin, you mean that they are able to listen to criticism about themselves without becoming offended.
  • abecedarians — Plural form of abecedarian.
  • abietic acid — yellowish powder
  • abjudication — (rare) Rejection by judicial sentence.
  • abracadabras — Plural form of abracadabra.
  • absolutistic — relating to absolutism or absolutists
  • abstract art — non-representational art
  • abstractable — able to be abstracted
  • abstractedly — lost in thought; deeply engrossed or preoccupied.
  • abstractions — Plural form of abstraction.
  • abstractness — the quality of being abstract as opposed to concrete
  • academically — in relation to an academy
  • academicians — Plural form of academician.
  • acanthaceous — of or relating to the Acanthaceae, a mainly tropical and subtropical family of flowering plants that includes the acanthus
  • acatalectics — Plural form of acatalectic.
  • accelerating — Present participle of accelerate.
  • acceleration — The acceleration of a process or change is the fact that it is getting faster and faster.
  • accelerative — of, causing, or increasing acceleration
  • accelerators — Plural form of accelerator.
  • acceleratory — Accelerative.
  • accelerogram — a graphic record in chart form, produced by an accelerograph in response to seismic ground motions.
  • accentuality — the quality of being characterized by accent or stress
  • accentuating — to give emphasis or prominence to.
  • accentuation — an act or instance of accentuating.
  • acceptations — Plural form of acceptation.
  • access point — the hub that links wireless devices to a network or to the internet
  • access radio — radio programmes made by the general public as distinguished from those made by professional broadcasters
  • access visit — a visit that a divorced parent makes to see a child who does not live with him or her
  • accessioning — the act of coming into the possession of a right, title, office, etc.: accession to the throne.
  • accessorised — Simple past tense and past participle of accessorise.
  • accessorized — Simple past tense and past participle of accessorize.
  • acciaccatura — a small grace note melodically adjacent to a principal note and played simultaneously with or immediately before it
  • accidentally — happening by chance or accident; not planned; unexpected: an accidental meeting.
  • acclamations — Plural form of acclamation.
  • acclimatised — Simple past tense and past participle of acclimatise.
  • acclimatized — adapted or accustomed to a new climate or environment
  • acclimatizer — An agent that acclimatizes itself or others.
  • acclimatizes — Third-person singular simple present indicative form of acclimatize.
  • accommodable — having the ability to be accommodated

On this page, we collect all 12-letter words with letter C. It’s easy to find right word with a certain length. It is the easiest way to find 12-letter word that contains in C to use in Scrabble or Crossword puzzles

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