15-letter words containing d, r, o, m, u, s

  • admiralty house — the official residence of the Governor General of Australia, in Sydney
  • adventuresomely — In an adventuresome manner.
  • albemarle sound — an inlet of the Atlantic in NE North Carolina. Length: about 96 km (60 miles)
  • amaryllidaceous — of, relating to, or belonging to the Amaryllidaceae, a family of widely cultivated flowering plants having bulbs and including the amaryllis, snowdrop, narcissus, and daffodil
  • andromonoecious — (of a plant species) having hermaphrodite and male flowers on the same plant
  • casters-up mode — [IBM, probably from slang belly up] Yet another synonym for "broken" or "down". Usually connotes a major failure. A system (hardware or software) which is "down" may be already being restarted before the failure is noticed, whereas one which is "casters up" is usually a good excuse to take the rest of the day off (as long as you're not responsible for fixing it).
  • chanson d'amour — love song.
  • consumer credit — Consumer credit is money that is lent to people by organizations such as banks, building societies, and shops so that they can buy things.
  • consumer demand — a measure of consumers' desire for a product or service based on its availability
  • contrast medium — a radiopaque substance, such as barium sulphate, used to increase the contrast of an image in radiography
  • cromolyn sodium — a substance, C 23 H 14 Na 2 O 11 , used as a preventive inhalant for bronchial asthma and hay fever.
  • cryptosporidium — any parasitic sporozoan protozoan of the genus Cryptosporidium, species of which are parasites of birds and animals and can be transmitted to humans, causing severe abdominal pain and diarrhoea (cryptosporidiosis)
  • dartmouth basic — (language)   The original BASIC language, designed by John G. Kemeny and Thomas E. Kurtz at Dartmouth College in 1963. Dartmouth BASIC first ran on a GE 235 [date?] and on an IBM 704 on 1964-05-01. It was designed for quick and easy programming by students and beginners using Dartmouth's experimental time-sharing system. Unlike most later BASIC dialects, Dartmouth BASIC was compiled.
  • deuteranomalous — having deuteranomaly; relating to deuteranomaly
  • deuteronomistic — one of the writers of material used in the early books of the Old Testament.
  • discount market — a trading market in which notes, bills, and other negotiable instruments are discounted.
  • do one's number — a numeral or group of numerals.
  • domain squatter — (web)   An unscrupulous person who registers a domain name in the hope of selling it to the rightful, expected owner at a profit. E.g. http://foldoc.com/.
  • echinodermatous — belonging or pertaining to the echinoderms.
  • edriophthalmous — (of certain crustaceans) having stalkless eyes
  • flavourdynamics — as in quantum flavour dynamics, a mathematical model used to describe the interaction of flavoured particles (weak force) through the exchange of intermediate vector bosons
  • ground meristem — an area of primary meristematic tissue, emerging from and immediately behind the apical meristem, that develops into the pith and the cortex.
  • hughes syndrome — a condition of the autoimmune system caused by antibodies reacting against phospholipids, leading to thrombosis
  • immunoadsorbent — immunosorbent.
  • in the doldrums — miserable, depressed
  • in your dreams! — You say `In your dreams!' when you think that what someone wants is never going to happen or be true.
  • lord of misrule — (in England) a person formerly chosen to direct the Christmas revels and sports.
  • made to measure — (of a garment, shoes, etc.) made in accordance with a specific individual's measurements.
  • made-to-measure — (of a garment, shoes, etc.) made in accordance with a specific individual's measurements.
  • make the rounds — having a flat, circular surface, as a disk.
  • maldistribution — bad or unsatisfactory distribution, as of wealth, among a population or members of a group.
  • mass production — the production or manufacture of goods in large quantities, especially by machinery.
  • mass-producible — to produce or manufacture (goods) in large quantities, especially by machinery.
  • meadow mushroom — any of various fleshy fungi including the toadstools, puffballs, coral fungi, morels, etc.
  • medical tourism — tourist travel for the purpose of receiving medical treatment or improving health or fitness: The spiraling cost of healthcare has contributed to the growth of medical tourism. Also called health tourism.
  • misdistribution — Incorrect or unfair distribution.
  • mogi das cruzes — a city in SE Brazil, E of São Paulo.
  • monounsaturated — of or noting a class of fats that lack a hydrogen bond at one point on the carbon chain and that are associated with a low cholesterol content of the blood.
  • mouse droppings — 1.   (graphics, operating system, jargon)   Pixels (usually single) that are not properly restored when the mouse pointer moves away from a particular location on the screen, producing the appearance that the mouse pointer has left droppings behind. The major causes for this problem are MS-DOS programs that write to the screen memory corresponding to the mouse pointer's current location without hiding the mouse pointer first, and mouse drivers that do not quite support the graphics mode in use. 2.   (web, jargon)   The client address recorded in a web server's log whenever a client connects to a site. Users may be unaware that their activity is being logged in this way but the potential for misuse of the information is limited.
  • neurodermatitis — W Lichen simplex chronicus, a skin disorder characterized by chronic itching and scratching, resulting in thick, leathery, brownish skin.
  • ordinal numbers — Also called ordinal numeral. any of the numbers that express degree, quality, or position in a series, as first, second, and third (distinguished from cardinal number).
  • outdoorsmanship — a person devoted to outdoor sports and recreational activities, as hiking, hunting, fishing, or camping.
  • pamprodactylous — having all four toes directed forward, as in swifts and colies.
  • primordial soup — the seas and atmosphere as they existed on earth before the existence of life, consisting primarily of an oxygen-free gaseous mixture containing chiefly water, hydrogen, methane, ammonia, and carbon dioxide.
  • pseudo-dramatic — of or relating to the drama.
  • pseudo-military — of, for, or pertaining to the army or armed forces, often as distinguished from the navy: from civilian to military life.
  • pseudo-romantic — of, relating to, or of the nature of romance; characteristic or suggestive of the world of romance: a romantic adventure.
  • residual income — the remaining income (of a business or person) after necessary debts, expenses, etc, have been paid
  • reynolds number — a dimensionless number, vρl/η, where v is the fluid velocity, ρ the density, η the viscosity and l a dimension of the system. The value of the number indicates the type of fluid flow
  • sacred mushroom — any of various hallucinogenic mushrooms, esp species of Psilocybe and Amanita, that have been eaten in rituals in various parts of the world

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