Words containing i, n, t, h, e, w

6 letter words containing i, n, t, h, e, w

  • whiten — Make or become white.

7 letter words containing i, n, t, h, e, w

  • unwhite — not white; no longer white
  • whitens — Third-person singular simple present indicative form of whiten.
  • whitneyEli, 1765–1825, U.S. manufacturer and inventor.
  • whitten — Any of several small trees having leaves that are white and downy underneath.
  • winneth — Archaic third-person singular form of win.

8 letter words containing i, n, t, h, e, w

  • nonwhite — a sociocultural classification of modern humans with darker pigmentation of the skin than is characteristic in people of European descent.
  • tarwhine — a bream, Rhabdosargus sarba, of E Australia, silver in colour with gold streaks
  • unweight — Skiing. to lessen downward force and friction between the skis and the snow by a quick upward or downward shifting of the body or by using bumps in the terrain.
  • whetting — to sharpen (a knife, tool, etc.) by grinding or friction.
  • whitemanPaul ("Pops") 1891–1967, U.S. orchestra conductor.

9 letter words containing i, n, t, h, e, w

  • antiwhite — hostile to White people
  • handwrite — to write (something) by hand.
  • inwreathe — enwreathe.
  • linewidth — (physics) a measure of the width of the band of frequencies of radiation emitted or absorbed in an atomic or molecular transition; a result of the uncertainty principle.
  • lintwhite — the linnet, Carduelis cannabina.

10 letter words containing i, n, t, h, e, w

  • anthemwise — alternately
  • anywhither — towards any place; in any direction
  • bewitching — enchanting; charming; fascinating.
  • huntiegowk — a fool's errand or a person sent on an April fool's errand
  • kenilworth — a town in central Warwickshire, in central England, SE of Birmingham.

11 letter words containing i, n, t, h, e, w

  • anti-jewish — anti-Semitic
  • bewitchment — the state of being bewitched
  • binge-watch — to watch a large number of television programmes (especially all the shows from one series) in succession
  • downlighter — Downlight.
  • downshifted — Simple past tense and past participle of downshift.

12 letter words containing i, n, t, h, e, w

  • bantamweight — A bantamweight is a boxer who weighs between 51 and 53.5 kilograms, or a wrestler who weighs between 52 and 57 kilograms. A bantamweight is heavier than a flyweight but lighter than a featherweight.
  • cartwheeling — Present participle of cartwheel.
  • counterweigh — counterbalance
  • cringeworthy — Causing feelings of embarrassment or awkwardness.
  • ghostwritten — Written by a ghostwriter.

13 letter words containing i, n, t, h, e, w

  • airworthiness — (of an aircraft) meeting established standards for safe flight; equipped and maintained in condition to fly.
  • bantamweights — Plural form of bantamweight.
  • bassenthwaite — a lake in NW England, in Cumbria near Keswick. Length: 6 km (4 miles)
  • betweenwhiles — betweentimes.
  • cayenne-whist — a seaport in and the capital of French Guiana.

14 letter words containing i, n, t, h, e, w

  • below-the-line — denoting the entries printed below the horizontal line on a company's profit-and-loss account that show how any profit is to be distributed
  • brother-in-law — Someone's brother-in-law is the brother of their husband or wife, or the man who is married to their sister.
  • code-switching — Linguistics. the alternating or mixed use of two or more languages, especially within the same discourse: My grandma’s code-switching when we cook together reminds me of my family's origins. Bilingual students are discouraged from code-switching during class.
  • counterweighed — Simple past tense and past participle of counterweigh.
  • counterweights — Plural form of counterweight.

15 letter words containing i, n, t, h, e, w

  • black-and-white — displaying only black and white tones; without color, as a picture or chart: a black-and-white photograph.
  • counterweighted — Simple past tense and past participle of counterweight.
  • crashworthiness — the ability of a vehicle structure to withstand a crash
  • daughter-in-law — Someone's daughter-in-law is the wife of their son.
  • faithworthiness — the quality of being faithworthy

16 letter words containing i, n, t, h, e, w

  • creditworthiness — having a satisfactory credit rating.
  • curtain-twitcher — a person who likes to watch unobserved what other people are doing
  • dyed-in-the-wool — through and through; complete: a dyed-in-the-wool reformer.
  • eighteen-wheeler — a tractor-trailer having eighteen wheels
  • hole-in-the-wall — A hole-in-the-wall machine is a machine built into the wall of a bank or other building, which allows people to take out money from their bank account by using a special card.

17 letter words containing i, n, t, h, e, w

18 letter words containing i, n, t, h, e, w

  • schleswig-holstein — two contiguous duchies of Denmark that were a center of international tension in the 19th century: Prussia annexed Schleswig 1864 and Holstein 1866.

19 letter words containing i, n, t, h, e, w

20 letter words containing i, n, t, h, e, w

  • bowling-on-the-green — a game played with wooden balls on a level, closely mowed green having a slight bias, the object being to roll one's ball as near as possible to a smaller white ball at the other end of the green. Also called bowls, bowling on the green. Compare bowl2 (def 2), bowling green, jack1 (def 7), rink (def 5).
  • hawaii-standard-time — Alaska-Hawaii time.
  • snow-on-the-mountain — a North American euphorbiaceous plant, Euphorbia marginata, having white-edged leaves and showy white bracts surrounding small flowers

22 letter words containing i, n, t, h, e, w

  • the-leaning-tower-pisa — a round, marble campanile in Pisa, Italy, begun in 1174 and now 17 feet (5.2 meters) out of the perpendicular in its height of 179 feet (54 meters).

30 letter words containing i, n, t, h, e, w

  • call-with-current-continuation — (programming)   (call/cc) A Lisp control function that implements the continuation passing style of programming. In continuation passing style (CPS), every function f takes an extra final argument k called the "continuation". The continuation is itself a function and represents the rest of the program. Instead of just returning a value in the normal way, f passes it as an argument to k and returns the result of that. call/cc takes a function f as its argument and calls f, passing it the current continuation k. It thus allows a CPS function to be called in a non-CPS (direct) context. For example, if the final result is to print the value returned by call/cc then anything passed to k will also be printed. E.g, in Scheme: (define (f k) (k 1) (k 2) 3) (display (call-with-current-continuation f)) Will display 1.

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