17-letter words containing l, a, c, t

  • a christmas carol — a story (1843) by Dickens.
  • absolute monarchy — a monarchy without constitutional limits
  • abstract of title — a summary of the ownership of land, showing the original grant, conveyances, and any incumbrances
  • accelerator board — a printed circuit board added to a computer that enhances the CPU with a faster microprocessor.
  • accelerator pedal — a pedal pressed with the foot to make a vehicle go faster
  • access television — television programmes made by the general public as distinguished from those made by professional broadcasters
  • accidental damage — damage to a person's home or its contents that occurs unintentionally during the course of everyday life
  • accidental injury — bodily injury that has an accidental cause, rather than being caused by a disease process or a longstanding medical condition
  • according to plan — If something happens according to plan, it happens in exactly the way that it was intended to happen.
  • accounting policy — the principles behind the way in which a company keeps its accounts
  • accrued liability — the amount of liability accumulated at a given time but not yet paid.
  • acetyl coenzyme a — the acetylated form of coenzyme A, formed as an intermediate in the oxidation of carbohydrates, fats, and protein in animal metabolism.
  • acetyl-coenzyme a — the acetylated form of coenzyme A, formed as an intermediate in the oxidation of carbohydrates, fats, and protein in animal metabolism.
  • acetylene welding — a type of welding that uses an acetylene torch
  • acetylformic acid — pyruvic acid.
  • achromatic colour — colour, such as white, black, and grey, that is devoid of hue
  • acidity regulator — a substance, such as citric acid, added to food to change or maintain its pH value
  • acoustoelectronic — denoting a device in which electronic signals are converted into acoustic waves, esp in delay lines, etc
  • act of parliament — a law that has been passed by both of the UK Houses of Parliament and has received royal assent
  • act of toleration — the statute (1689) granting religious freedom to dissenting Protestants upon meeting certain conditions.
  • activated alumina — a granular highly porous and adsorptive form of aluminium oxide, used for drying gases and as an oil-filtering material and catalyst
  • active language i — (tool, mathematics)   An early interactive mathematics system for the XDS 930 at the University of California at Berkeley.
  • active vocabulary — the total number of words a person uses in his own speech and writing
  • actual total loss — the complete destruction or loss of a piece of property that has been insured, or damage that is so extensive that the item can no longer be salvaged or used
  • actuarial science — Actuarial science is a specialist branch of mathematics applying the laws of statistics and probability to insurance.
  • adenylate cyclase — an enzyme that catalyzes the conversion of ATP to cyclic AMP.
  • adverse selection — Adverse selection is a term used to describe the tendency of those in dangerous jobs or with high-risk lifestyles to want to take out life insurance.
  • advocatus diaboli — devil's advocate
  • affective fallacy — a proposition in literary criticism that a poem should be analyzed and described in terms of its own internal structure and not in terms of the emotional response it arouses in the reader.
  • against the clock — If you are doing something against the clock, you are doing it in a great hurry, because there is very little time.
  • agathokakological — (nonce word) composed of both good and evil.
  • agricultural show — a display of agricultural equipment and livestock, often including competitions, entertainment, and a trade fair
  • algorithmic model — (programming)   A method of estimating software cost using mathematical algorithms based on the parameters which are considered to be the major cost drivers. These estimate of effort or cost are based primarily on the size of the software or Delivered Source Instructions (DSI)s, and other productivity factors known as Cost Driver Attributes. See also Parametric Model.
  • all over the occy — in every direction
  • all-weather court — a tennis court suitable to be used in all kinds of weather
  • allergic rhinitis — a condition characterized by head congestion, sneezing, tearing, and swelling of the nasal mucous membranes, caused by an allergic reaction.
  • almanach de gotha — a publication giving statistical information on European royalty.
  • alphaphotographic — Of or pertaining to alphaphotographics.
  • alternative music — independent pop music
  • altitude sickness — a condition affecting some persons at high altitudes, caused by insufficient oxygen in the blood and characterized by dizziness, nausea, and shortness of breath.
  • aluminum silicate — any of a group of naturally occurring, water-insoluble substances, obtained from clay or synthesized, containing varying amounts of oxides of aluminum and silicon, Al 2 O 3 and Si 2 O 3 , and used in the manufacture of glass, ceramics, paints, printing inks, rubber, and plastics.
  • american dialects — regional or social varieties of spoken American English identified by differences in grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation: principal dialect areas are now generally distinguished as Northern, Midland, and Southern
  • american football — American football is a game similar to rugby that is played by two teams of eleven players using an oval-shaped ball. Players try to score points by carrying the ball to their opponents' end of the field, or by kicking it over a bar fixed between two posts.
  • amphitheatrically — In a manner such as to appear to have some characteristics of an amphitheatre.
  • anabolic steroids — a synthetic derivative of testosterone, sometimes used by athletes to help increase weight and strength.
  • anachronistically — In an anachronistic manner; in the manner of an anachronism.
  • analogue computer — (computer, hardware)   A machine or electronic circuit designed to work on numerical data represented by some physical quantity (e.g. rotation or displacement) or electrical quantity (e.g. voltage or charge) which varies continuously, in contrast to digital signals which are either 0 or 1. For example, the turning of a wheel or changes in voltage can be used as input. Analogue computers are said to operate in real time and are used for research in design where many different shapes and speeds can be tried out quickly. A computer model of a car suspension allows the designer to see the effects of changing size, stiffness and damping.
  • analytic geometry — the branch of geometry in which a coordinate graphing system makes visible, using points, lines, and curves, the numerical relationships of algebraic equations
  • analytical cubism — the early phase of cubism, chiefly characterized by a pronounced use of geometric shapes and by a tendency toward a monochromatic use of color.
  • analytical engine — (history)   A design for a general-purpose digital computer proposed by Charles Babbage in 1837 as a successor to his earlier special-purpose Difference Engine. The Analytical Engine was to be built from brass gears powered by steam with input given on punched cards. Babbage could never secure enough funding to build it, and so it was, and never has been, constructed.

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