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

  • (down) in the dumps — in low spirits; depressed
  • a drop in the ocean — If you say that something is a drop in the ocean, you mean that it is a very small amount which is unimportant compared to the cost of other things or is so small that it has very little effect on something.
  • a kick in the teeth — If you describe an event as a kick in the teeth, you are emphasizing that it is very disappointing and upsetting.
  • a slap on the wrist — A slap on the wrist is a warning or a punishment that is not very severe.
  • a sting in the tail — If an announcement or decision has a sting in the tail or a sting in its tail, it contains a critical and unpleasant part, normally at the end.
  • a straw in the wind — an indication of what may happen
  • a thing of the past — If something is a thing of the past, it no longer exists or happens, or is being replaced by something new.
  • acoustic gramophone — a device for reproducing the sounds stored on a record: now usually applied to the nearly obsolete type that uses a clockwork motor and acoustic horn
  • alexander technique — a technique for developing awareness of one's posture and movement in order to improve it
  • all-terrain vehicle — a vehicle with treads or wheels designed to travel on rough ground
  • allegheny mountains — a mountain range in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia: part of the Appalachian system; rising from 600 m (2000 ft) to over 1440 m (4800 ft)
  • alphabetic language — (human language)   A written human language in which symbols reflect the pronunciation of the words. Examples are English, Greek, Russian, Thai, Arabic and Hebrew. Alphabetic languages contrast with ideographic languages.
  • alternative history — a genre of fiction in which the author speculates on how the course of history might have been altered if a particular historical event had had a different outcome
  • alternative pathway — the activation of complement by contact with polysaccharides on bacteria, protozoa, or yeast cells: a nonspecific immune response. Compare classical pathway.
  • anthropic principle — the cosmological theory that the presence of life in the universe limits the ways in which the very early universe could have evolved
  • anthropocentrically — regarding the human being as the central fact of the universe.
  • anticholinesterases — Plural form of anticholinesterase.
  • anticipatory breach — a declaration by one party to a contract that it does not intend to fulfil its obligations to the second party, who can then accept this declaration and choose not to be bound by the contract
  • arkwright furniture — late medieval English furniture of simple construction.
  • aromatase inhibitor — any of a class of drugs that inhibit the action of aromatase: used in the treatment of breast and ovarian cancer
  • arsenic trichloride — a colorless or yellow, oily, poisonous liquid, AsCl 3 , used chiefly as an intermediate in the manufacture of organic arsenicals.
  • as things/people go — You use expressions like as things go or as children go when you are describing one person or thing and comparing them with others of the same kind.
  • atmospheric braking — a technique of reentry in which the vehicle is maneuvered in the upper atmosphere so as to lose velocity by utilizing drag without overheating.
  • attachment disorder — an emotional and behavioral disorder arising from a failure to form a strong bond with one’s primary caregiver in early childhood and affecting one’s social relationships in later childhood and adulthood. See also attachment (def 3a).
  • author's alteration — a correction or change made in typeset copy that is not a correction of an error introduced by the compositor. Abbreviation: AA, A.A., a.a., aa.
  • behavioral genetics — an interdisciplinary field studying the effects of genetics and hereditary factors on animal and human behavior.
  • bernoulli's theorem — Statistics. law of averages (def 1).
  • beside the question — not related to the subject under discussion
  • betamethyl acrolein — crotonaldehyde.
  • blow the whistle on — to make a clear musical sound, a series of such sounds, or a high-pitched, warbling sound by the forcible expulsion of the breath through a small opening formed by contracting the lips, or through the teeth, with the aid of the tongue.
  • booker t washington — Booker T(aliaferro) [boo k-er tol-uh-ver] /ˈbʊk ər ˈtɒl ə vər/ (Show IPA), 1856–1915, U.S. reformer, educator, author, and lecturer.
  • breathing apparatus — an apparatus, usually consisting of tanks of air or oxygen and a mouthpiece, that enables the wearer to breath in difficult conditions such as a smoke-filled building
  • brightline spectrum — the spectrum of an incandescent substance appearing on a spectrogram as one or more bright lines against a dark background.
  • bring into the open — to make evident or public
  • british west indies — a former name for the states in the Caribbean that are members of the Commonwealth: the Bahamas, Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Kitts-Nevis, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines; along with the islands which remain as United Kingdom dependencies: Anguilla, the Cayman Islands, Montserrat, the Turks and Caicos Islands and the British Virgin Islands
  • calculating machine — calculator (sense 3)
  • cast one's lot with — one of a set of objects, as straws or pebbles, drawn or thrown from a container to decide a question or choice by chance.
  • catch sb in the act — If you catch someone in the act, you discover them doing something wrong or committing a crime.
  • catherine of aragon — 1485–1536, first wife of Henry VIII of England and mother of Mary I. The annulment of Henry's marriage to her (1533) against papal authority marked an initial stage in the English Reformation
  • catherine the great — (Sophia Augusta of Anhalt-Zerbst"Catherine the Great") 1729–96, empress of Russia 1762–96.
  • cathodic protection — a technique for protecting metal structures, such as steel ships and pipelines, from electrolytic corrosion by making the structure the cathode in a cell, either by applying an electromotive force directly or by putting it into contact with a more electropositive metal
  • cathodoluminescence — luminescence caused by irradiation with electrons (cathode rays)
  • cauchy's inequality — Schwarz inequality (def 1).
  • celestial mechanics — the study of the motion of celestial bodies under the influence of gravitational fields
  • chain-reacting pile — nuclear reactor
  • champagne lifestyle — a lifestyle involving the enjoyment of luxuries and expensive pleasures
  • champagne socialist — a professed socialist who enjoys an extravagant lifestyle
  • chandrasekhar limit — the upper limit to the mass of a white dwarf, equal to 1.44 solar masses. A star having a mass above this limit will continue to collapse to form a neutron star
  • chartered librarian — (in Britain) a librarian who has obtained a qualification from the Library Association in addition to a degree or diploma in librarianship
  • chassis dynamometer — A chassis dynamometer is a piece of test equipment fitted with rollers for the wheels of a vehicle, that is capable of providing drive input and measuring output such as power and torque at the wheels.

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