17-letter words containing f, a, i, r, s, e

  • a different story — You use a different story to refer to a situation, usually a bad one, which exists in one set of circumstances when you have mentioned that it does not exist in another set of circumstances.
  • a stiff upper lip — If you say that someone is keeping a stiff upper lip, you mean that they are not showing any emotion even though it is difficult for them not to.
  • abstract of title — a summary of the ownership of land, showing the original grant, conveyances, and any incumbrances
  • afternoon session — a part of an event taking place in the afternoon
  • aftershave lotion — a lotion, usually styptic and perfumed, for application to the face after shaving
  • age of discretion — the age at which a person is considered to be able to manage his or her own affairs
  • air chief marshal — a senior officer of the Royal Air Force and certain other air forces, of equivalent rank to admiral in the Royal Navy
  • aircraft observer — U.S. Army. observer (def 4).
  • aircraft-observer — someone or something that observes.
  • american flagfish — flagfish (def 1).
  • american-flagfish — flagfish (def 1).
  • andreanof islands — a group of islands in the central Aleutian Islands, Alaska. Area: 3710 sq km (1432 sq miles)
  • apostolic fathers — the Fathers of the early Church who immediately followed the Apostles
  • april fool's joke — (humour, event)   (AFJ) Elaborate April Fool's hoaxes are a long-established tradition on Usenet and Internet; see kremvax for an example. In fact, April Fool's Day is the *only* seasonal holiday marked by customary observances on the hacker networks.
  • arresting officer — the police officer making an arrest
  • arsenic disulfide — an orange-red, water-insoluble, poisonous powder, As 4 S 4 , As 2 S 2 , or AsS, used chiefly in the manufacture of fireworks.
  • artificial person — a human being, whether an adult or child: The table seats four persons.
  • as far as it goes — If you say that something is good as far as it goes or true so far as it goes, you mean that it is good or true only to a limited extent.
  • as the crow flies — If you say that a place is a particular distance away as the crow flies, you mean that it is that distance away measured in a straight line.
  • assistant referee — An assistant referee is the same as a linesman.
  • associate of arts — a degree granted especially by junior colleges after completion of two years of study. Abbreviation: A.A.
  • association fiber — any of several nerve fibers connecting different areas of the cerebral cortex in the same hemisphere.
  • at the service of — To be at the service of a person or organization means to be available to help or be used by that person or organization.
  • attorneys-in-fact — a person authorized by power of attorney to act on the authorizer's behalf outside a court of law.
  • axis of ordinates — y-axis (def 1).
  • axis-of-ordinates — y-axis (def 1).
  • babinski's reflex — a reflex extension of the great toe with flexion of the other toes, evoked by stroking the sole of the foot: normal in infants but otherwise denoting central nervous system damage.
  • barber of seville — Italian Il barbiere di Siviglia. a comic opera (1816) by Gioacchino Rossini based on a comedy (1775) by Beaumarchais.
  • barmecide (feast) — a pretended feast with no food
  • barrow-in-furness — an industrial town in NW England, in S Cumbria. Pop: 47 194 (2001)
  • be a box of birds — to be very well indeed
  • best first search — (algorithm)   A graph search algorithm which optimises breadth first search by ordering all current paths according to some heuristic. The heuristic attempts to predict how close the end of a path is to a solution. Paths which are judged to be closer to a solution are extended first. See also beam search, hill climbing.
  • board of estimate — a special organ of a municipal government, as of New York City, composed of the mayor, the president of the city council, and the controller, and charged with approving the city's budget and fiscal matters.
  • breach of promise — (formerly) failure to carry out one's promise to marry
  • buyers' inflation — inflation in which rising demand results in a rise in prices.
  • camp-fire-members — a U.S. organization for girls and boys that emphasizes the building of character and good citizenship through work, health, and love; originally founded for girls (Camp Fire girls) in 1910, it is now open to both boys and girls (Camp Fire members)
  • carbon offsetting — a program in which a company, country, etc., reduces or offsets its carbon emissions through the funding of activities and projects that improve the environment: Carbon offsetting does not always have a quantifiable impact on the planet.
  • charge d'affaires — A chargé d'affaires is a person appointed to act as head of a diplomatic mission in a foreign country while the ambassador is away.
  • charter of rights — a section of the Canadian Constitution containing a statement of the basic rights of citizens of Canada.
  • class-a amplifier — an electronic amplifier in which the output current flows for the whole of the input signal cycle
  • class-b amplifier — an electronic amplifier in which the output flows for half of the input signal cycle
  • class-c amplifier — an electronic amplifier in which the output current flows for less than half of the input cycle
  • comedie francaise — the French national theatre, founded in Paris in 1680
  • conscript fathers — august legislators, esp Roman senators
  • credit facilities — a type of loan made by a bank
  • cross of lorraine — a cross with two horizontal bars above and below the midpoint of the vertical bar, the lower longer than the upper
  • culture-fair test — a test, usually for intelligence, that does not put anyone taking it at a disadvantage, esp regarding material or cultural background
  • darwinian fitness — fitness (def 3).
  • darwinian-fitness — health.
  • defamiliarisation — (arts) The representation of objects anew, in a way that we do not recognize, or that changes our reading of them.

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