14-letter words containing f, a, l, k, e

  • a pack of lies — If you say that an account is a pack of lies, you mean that it is completely untrue.
  • backflap hinge — Building Trades. flap (def 20a).
  • backflow valve — a valve for preventing flowing liquid, as sewage, from reversing its direction.
  • basket-of-gold — a yellow-flowered perennial plant (Alyssum saxatile, now more properly Aurinia saxatilis) of the crucifer family, often used in rock gardens
  • betake oneself — to go; move
  • blanket finish — a finish so close that a blanket would cover all the contestants involved
  • blanket-flower — any composite plant of the genus Gaillardia, having showy heads of yellow or red flowers.
  • breakfast club — a service that provides a breakfast for children who arrive early at school
  • checkered flag — a flag having a pattern of black and white squares, used to signal that a car has crossed the finish line and completed its race.
  • cliffside park — a city in NE New Jersey.
  • coffee-klatsch — to gather for a coffee klatsch.
  • falling market — a stock market in which share prices are falling
  • field larkspur — a European plant, Consolida regalis, of the buttercup family, having sparse clusters of blue or violet-colored flowers and smooth fruit.
  • fishing tackle — Fishing tackle consists of all the equipment that is used in the sport of fishing, such as fishing rods, lines, hooks, and bait.
  • flaked almonds — small flat pieces of almond used in cooking
  • florence flask — a round bottle having a flat bottom and long neck, for use in laboratories.
  • franklin stove — a cast-iron stove having the general form of a fireplace with enclosed top, bottom, side, and back, the front being completely open or able to be closed by doors.
  • front walkover — Racing. a walking or trotting over the course by a contestant who is the only starter.
  • grapefruitlike — Resembling or characteristic of grapefruit.
  • jackknife clam — any bivalve mollusk of the family Solenidae, especially of the genus Ensis, having a long, rectangular, slightly curved shell.
  • kabalega falls — rapids on the lower Victoria Nile, about 35 km (22 miles) east of Lake Albert, where the Nile drops 120 m (400 ft)
  • kaffee klatsch — coffee klatsch.
  • kaffeeklatches — Plural form of kaffeeklatch.
  • kaieteur falls — a river in central Guyana: (Kaieteur Falls) one of highest waterfalls in the world at 741 feet (226 meters). 100 miles (161 km) long.
  • kaieteur-falls — a river in central Guyana: (Kaieteur Falls) one of highest waterfalls in the world at 741 feet (226 meters). 100 miles (161 km) long.
  • keep-fit class — an exercise class designed to promote physical fitness
  • kekulé formula — the structural formula of benzene represented as a hexagonal ring with alternate single and double bonds between the carbon atoms.
  • kidney failure — loss of renal function
  • kilogram-force — a meter-kilogram-second unit of force, equal to the force that produces an acceleration equal to the acceleration of gravity, when acting on a mass of one kilogram. Abbreviation: kgf.
  • lake whitefish — a whitefish, Coregonus clupeaformis, found in the Great Lakes and north to Alaska, used for food.
  • leave feedback — If a guest leaves feedback, they tell you if they enjoyed their stay and what could be improved.
  • line of attack — a line of attack to a problem or situation is how you approach it
  • make a meal of — to perform (a task) with unnecessarily great effort
  • make little of — small in size; not big; not large; tiny: a little desk in the corner of the room.
  • norfolk jacket — a loosely belted single-breasted jacket, with box pleats in front and back.
  • peacock-flower — royal poinciana.
  • play for keeps — to do something seriously and without showing any mercy
  • rank-and-filer — a member of the rank and file.
  • sheffield lake — a town in N Ohio.
  • sickle feather — one of the paired, elongated, sickle-shaped, middle feathers of the tail of the rooster.
  • skeleton draft — a basic or minimum draft or outline
  • skeleton staff — the minimum staff needed by a company during a time where most staff do not normally work, such as a holiday, weekend, etc
  • snowflake baby — a baby born following the transfer of a surplus embryo produced during the in-vitro fertilization of one woman to the womb of another woman who was not a cell donor
  • speak well for — to say or indicate something favorable about
  • take sb's life — If someone takes another person's life, they kill them. If someone takes their own life, they kill themselves.
  • take the field — an expanse of open or cleared ground, especially a piece of land suitable or used for pasture or tillage.
  • take the floor — that part of a room, hallway, or the like, that forms its lower enclosing surface and upon which one walks.
  • unforeknowable — not foreknowable
  • unthankfulness — the quality or condition of being unthankful; lack of thankfulness; ungratefulness
  • welfare worker — sb who does social or community work

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