11-letter words containing g

  • 'ndrangheta — a criminal organization based in Calabria in S Italy
  • a degree of — If something has a degree of a particular quality, it has a small but significant amount of that quality.
  • a dog's age — a long time
  • a good deal — bargain
  • a good many — a relatively large number (of persons or things)
  • a good turn — If you do someone a good turn, you do something that helps or benefits them.
  • a good word — a favorable comment, or commendation
  • a high hand — an oppressive or dictatorial manner
  • a long face — If you have a long face, you look very unhappy or serious.
  • a long shot — If you describe something as a long shot, you mean that it is unlikely to succeed, but is worth trying.
  • a tough nut — If you think someone is difficult to deal with, you can say they are a tough nut or a hard nut.
  • a/b testing — Digital Technology. a comparison of two or more versions of a web page or app in simultaneous use to assess which is the optimized version for achieving a specified design goal or performance metric.
  • abidingness — The state or quality abiding. (Mid 19th century.).
  • abiogenesis — the hypothetical process by which living organisms first arose on earth from nonliving matter
  • abiogenetic — (biology) Of or pertaining to abiogenesis, originated by abiogenesis.
  • abiological — not involving living organisms
  • able rating — (esp in the Royal Navy) a rating who is qualified to perform certain duties of seamanship
  • abominating — Present participle of abominate.
  • aboriginals — Plural form of aboriginal.
  • aboundingly — In an abounding manner; in a manner that abounds; plentifully. (First attested from around (1350 to 1470.)).
  • aboveground — occurring, situated, etc. above or on the surface of the earth
  • abridgement — a shortened or condensed form of a book, speech, etc., that still retains the basic contents: an abridgment of Tolstoy's War and Peace.
  • absorbingly — In an absorbing manner. (First attested in the mid 19th century.).
  • abstracting — thought of apart from concrete realities, specific objects, or actual instances: an abstract idea.
  • acanthology — the study of spines, as in sea urchins or certain spiny-headed worms, particularly as they relate to taxonomic classification.
  • acaroid gum — a red alcohol-soluble resin that exudes from various species of grass tree, esp Xanthorrhoea hastilis, and is used in varnishes, for coating paper, etc
  • acarologist — a specialist in the study of mites and ticks
  • acceptingly — in an accepting manner
  • acclimating — Present participle of acclimate.
  • accordingly — You use accordingly to introduce a fact or situation which is a result or consequence of something that you have just referred to.
  • accountings — the theory and system of setting up, maintaining, and auditing the books of a firm; art of analyzing the financial position and operating results of a business house from a study of its sales, purchases, overhead, etc. (distinguished from bookkeeping).
  • accoutering — Present participle of accouter.
  • accrediting — Present participle of accredit.
  • accustoming — Present participle of accustom.
  • ace bandage — an elasticated bandage used to restrict blood flow to the site of an injury and so reduce inflammation
  • acetylating — Present participle of acetylate.
  • acid-loving — (of a plant) requiring a pH of 4.5 to 5.5 for optimal growth.
  • acidulating — Present participle of acidulate.
  • acknowledge — If you acknowledge a fact or a situation, you accept or admit that it is true or that it exists.
  • acorn sugar — quercitol.
  • acquainting — to make more or less familiar, aware, or conversant (usually followed by with): to acquaint the mayor with our plan.
  • acquiescing — to assent tacitly; submit or comply silently or without protest; agree; consent: to acquiesce halfheartedly in a business plan.
  • acromegalia — (disease) An alternative name for the disease acromegaly.
  • acromegalic — (pathology) Pertaining to or characteristic of acromegaly. (from 19th c.).
  • act warning — notification from the manager advising the performers of the amount of time left before they must appear onstage.
  • acting area — the part of a stage used by the actors: Confine the acting area for this scene to downstage.
  • actinograph — a recording actinometer
  • actualising — Present participle of actualise.
  • actualizing — Present participle of actualize.
  • acuminating — Present participle of acuminate.

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