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

  • accounts department — the section of a company that deals with the accounts
  • adjustment disorder — a mental disorder that occurs as a maladaptive reaction to an episode of psychological, social, or physical stress, as divorce or a natural disaster.
  • advocacy journalism — journalism that promotes a cause or expresses a subjective viewpoint.
  • antimony trisulfide — a black or orange-red crystalline compound, Sb2S3, used as a pigment, in pyrotechnics and matches, for fireproofing fabrics and paper, etc.
  • apres moi le deluge — after me the deluge
  • armed response unit — (in Britain) a unit of police officers who are trained to use firearms in situations where unarmed police officers would be in danger
  • backward somersault — a somersault performed in a backward direction with the legs leading the rest of the body
  • bismuth oxychloride — a white, crystalline, water-insoluble powder, BiOCl, used chiefly in the manufacture of pigments, face powders, and artificial pearls.
  • boundary commission — (in Britain) a body established by statute to undertake periodic reviews of the boundaries of parliamentary constituencies and to recommend changes to take account of population shifts
  • brush-tailed possum — any of several widely-distributed Australian possums of the genus Trichosurus
  • butabarbital sodium — a barbiturate, C 10 H 15 N 2 NaO 3 , used as a sedative and hypnotic.
  • chamber of deputies — the lower house of the legislature of certain countries, as Italy.
  • compound microscope — an instrument for magnifying small objects, consisting of a lens of short focal length for forming an image that is further magnified by a second lens of longer focal length
  • consumer confidence — If there is consumer confidence, people generally are willing to spend money and buy things.
  • counterdemonstrator — Someone who demonstrates in opposition to another demonstration that is happening nearby at the same time.
  • cultivated mushroom — an edible mushroom (Agaricus bisporus) with a pale cap and stalk: the most common food mushroom
  • customs declaration — a form declaring the nature and value of goods, etc, for customs purposes
  • desargues's theorem — the theorem that if two triangles are so related that the lines joining corresponding vertices meet in a point, then the extended corresponding lines of the two triangles meet in three points, all on the same line.
  • discriminated union — (theory)   The discriminated union of two sets A and B is A + B = {(inA, a) | a in A} U {(inB, b)| b in B} where inA and inB are arbitrary tags which specify which summand an element originates from. A type (especially an algebraic data type) might be described as a discriminated union if it is a sum type whose objects consist of a tag to say which part of the union they belong to and a value of the corresponding type.
  • distribution system — The distribution system is the part of an electric system after the transmission system that is dedicated to delivering electric energy to an end user.
  • dollard-des-ormeaux — a town in S Quebec, in E Canada: suburb of Montreal.
  • endowment assurance — a form of life insurance that provides for the payment of a specified sum directly to the policyholder at a designated date or to his beneficiary should he die before this date
  • endowment insurance — Endowment insurance is a type of life insurance that pays a particular sum directly to the policyholder at a stated date, or to a beneficiary if the policyholder dies before this date.
  • feather-duster worm — any tube-dwelling polychaete worm of the families Sabellidae and Serpulidae, the numerous species having a crown of feathery tentacles used in feeding and respiration.
  • guillaume de lorris — 13th-century French poet who wrote the first 4058 lines of the allegorical romance, the Roman de la rose, continued by Jean de Meung
  • handlebar moustache — a man's moustache having long, curved ends that resemble the handlebars of a bicycle.
  • human rights record — the facts that are known about the tendency of a country, regime, etc, to observe and protect human rights
  • isidorus of miletus — flourished 6th century a.d, Byzantine engineer. He was one of the architects of Hagia Sophia; (originally an Orthodox cathedral and currently a museum in Istanbul, Turkey).
  • keyboard instrument — any musical instrument that is played using a keyboard
  • magnesium hydroxide — a white, crystalline, slightly water-soluble powder, Mg(OH) 2 , used chiefly in medicine as an antacid and as a laxative.
  • manchester autocode — (language, history)   The predecessor of Mercury Autocode.
  • master of foxhounds — the person responsible for the conduct of a fox hunt and to whom all members of the hunt and its staff are responsible. Abbreviation: M.F.H.
  • maturation division — a stage in meiosis during which the chromosomal number of the reproductive cell is reduced to one chromosome from each original chromosome pair.
  • means of production — resources: equipment, workers
  • modulus of rigidity — shear modulus.
  • mother-of-thousands — strawberry geranium.
  • mount desert island — an island off the coast of E central Maine: summer resort; forms part of Acadia National Park. 14 miles (23 km) long; 8 miles (13 km) wide.
  • mouse-ear chickweed — any of various similar and related plants of the genus Cerastium
  • mucopolysaccharides — Plural form of mucopolysaccharide.
  • munchausen syndrome — a factitious disorder in which otherwise healthy individuals seek to hospitalize themselves with feigned or self-induced pathology in order to receive surgical or other medical treatment.
  • neuropsychodynamics — The theoretical synthesis of neuroscience and psychodynamics.
  • normal distribution — a theoretical frequency distribution represented by a normal curve.
  • ordnance survey map — An Ordnance Survey map is a detailed map produced by the British or Irish government map-making organization.
  • potassium hydroxide — a white, deliquescent, water-soluble solid, KOH, usually in the form of lumps, sticks, or pellets, that upon solution in water generates heat: used chiefly in the manufacture of soap, as a laboratory reagent, and as a caustic.
  • progressive judaism — Reform Judaism.
  • pseudo-experimental — pertaining to, derived from, or founded on experiment: an experimental science.
  • pseudohermaphrodite — an individual having internal reproductive organs of one sex and external sexual characteristics resembling those of the other sex or being ambiguous in nature. Compare hermaphrodite (def 1).
  • pseudorandom number — (programming)   One of a sequence of numbers generated by some algorithm so as to have an even distribution over some range of values and minimal correlation between successive values. Pseudorandom numbers are used in simulation and encryption. They are pseudorandom not random because the sequence eventually repeats exactly and is entirely determined by the initial conditions. One of the simplest algorithms is x[i+1] = (a * x[i] + c) mod m but this repeats after at most m numbers and successive numbers are closely related. Better algorithms generally use more previous numbers to calculate the next number.
  • semiconductor laser — a laser in which a semiconductor is the light-emitting source, used in many medical procedures.
  • simple closed curve — a curve that is closed and that has no loops or points missing; a curve for which there exists a homeomorphism mapping it to a circle.

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