16-letter words containing i, n, d, u, c, e

  • accrued dividend — an accumulated unpaid dividend on preferred stock.
  • accrued interest — interest which has been earned since an investment was made or since a previous interest payment
  • adventure racing — a contest in which teams compete in an expedition-length race which involves two or more sporting disciplines, often running, mountain biking, climbing, kayaking, and elements of navigation and orienteering
  • advice columnist — An advice columnist is a person who writes a column in a newspaper or magazine in which they reply to readers who have written to them for advice on their personal problems.
  • alloyed junction — a semiconductor junction used in some junction transistors and formed by alloying metal contacts, functioning as emitter and collector regions, to a wafer of semiconductor that acts as the base region
  • aluminum carbide — a yellow, crystalline solid, Al 4 C 3 , that reacts with water to form methane.
  • ambulance driver — a person whose job is to drive an ambulance
  • american mustard — a mild yellow mustard
  • aquidneck island — an island in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island.
  • assigned counsel — any private lawyer designated by a city or county court to represent indigent defendants in criminal cases at public expense.
  • audience chamber — a room where a monarch or head of state conducts formal interviews
  • audience figures — the number of people regularly watching a television programme or listening to a radio programme
  • audio conference — a meeting that is conducted by the use of audio telecommunications
  • background noise — any type of noise that is not the sound that you are specifically listening to or monitoring
  • bastard culverin — a 16th-century cannon, smaller than a culverin, firing a shot of between 5 and 8 pounds (11 and 17.6 kg).
  • behind the curve — behind the times; behind schedule
  • blue mockingbird — any of several gray, black, and white songbirds of the genus Mimus, especially M. polyglottos, of the U.S. and Mexico, noted for their ability to mimic the songs of other birds.
  • building society — In Britain, a building society is a business which will lend you money when you want to buy a house. You can also invest money in a building society, where it will earn interest. Compare savings and loan association.
  • butenedioic acid — either of two geometrical isomers with the formula HOOCCH:CHCOOH
  • caducibranchiate — (of many amphibians, such as frogs) having gills during one stage of the life cycle only
  • canandaigua lake — a lake in W central New York: one of the Finger Lakes.
  • captive audience — a group of people who are unable by circumstances to avoid speeches, advertisements, etc
  • carbon bisulfide — carbon disulfide
  • carbon disulfide — a heavy, volatile, colorless liquid, CS2, highly flammable and poisonous, used as a solvent, insecticide, etc.
  • cardiac neurosis — an anxiety reaction characterized by quick fatigue, shortness of breath, rapid heartbeat, dizziness, and other cardiac symptoms, but not caused by disease of the heart.
  • cardinal numbers — Also called cardinal numeral. any of the numbers that express amount, as one, two, three, etc. (distinguished from ordinal number).
  • cardinal virtues — the most important moral qualities, traditionally justice, prudence, temperance, and fortitude
  • careers guidance — advice and information about careers that helps individuals, esp young people, decide on a career and also teaches them how to pursue their chosen career
  • cedar revolution — the popular protests in 2005 that brought down the Lebanese cabinet and prompted Syria to withdraw its troops from Lebanon
  • circumstantiated — Simple past tense and past participle of circumstantiate.
  • cleaning product — a detergent or other household cleaner
  • cloak-and-suiter — a manufacturer or seller of clothing.
  • clootie dumpling — a boiled suet pudding containing dried fruits
  • closed community — a plant community that does not allow for further colonization, all the available niches being occupied
  • combined honours — (in British education) a degree course that includes more than one subject
  • command guidance — a method of controlling a missile during flight by transmitting information to it
  • community leader — a leading figure in a community
  • conical pendulum — a clock pendulum oscillating in a circle rather than in a straight line.
  • consenting adult — a male person over the age of sixteen, who may legally engage in homosexual behaviour in private
  • consubstantiated — Simple past tense and past participle of consubstantiate.
  • consumption weed — groundsel tree.
  • contingency fund — a sum of money allocated for use in an emergency or to cover unforeseen expenses
  • coram non judice — before a court lacking the authority to hear and decide the case in question.
  • correction fluid — a fluid, usually white, that can be painted over a mistake in writing or typing so that the correct form can be written or typed on top
  • costume designer — a person who designs costumes for plays and films
  • cottage industry — A cottage industry is a small business that is run from someone's home, especially one that involves a craft such as knitting or pottery.
  • counterevidences — Plural form of counterevidence.
  • curlew sandpiper — a common Eurasian sandpiper, Calidris ferruginea, having a brick-red breeding plumage and a greyish winter plumage
  • curmudgeonliness — The state or condition of being curmudgeonly.
  • currency trading — the business of trading in different currencies in order to profit from exchange rate differentials

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