11-letter words containing alle

  • allegations — Plural form of allegation.
  • allegiances — the loyalty of a citizen to his or her government or of a subject to his or her sovereign.
  • allegorical — An allegorical story, poem, or painting uses allegory.
  • allegorized — Simple past tense and past participle of allegorize.
  • allegorizer — a person who talks in or explains by means of allegories
  • allegrettos — Plural form of allegretto.
  • allelomorph — allele
  • allelopathy — the inhibitory effect of one living plant upon another by the release of toxic substances
  • allemontite — a white to gray, brittle mineral, antimony arsenide, AsSb, occurring in reniform masses: formerly used as an ore of arsenic.
  • allen screw — a screw that has a hexagonal cross section in the head, designed to be turned using an Allen key
  • alleviating — to make easier to endure; lessen; mitigate: to alleviate sorrow; to alleviate pain.
  • alleviation — an alleviating or being alleviated
  • alleviative — Also, alleviatory [uh-lee-vee-uh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee] /əˈli vi əˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i/ (Show IPA). serving to alleviate; palliative.
  • alleviators — Plural form of alleviator.
  • alleviatory — having the ability to reduce or moderate the severity of something
  • alley light — a searchlight mounted on a public-safety vehicle or other motor vehicle for sideways lighting.
  • art gallery — a place where works of art are displayed
  • autodialler — Alternative spelling of autodialer.
  • ballesteros — Severiano (sevɛˈrjano). 1957–2011, Spanish professional golfer: won the British Open Championship (1979; 1984; 1988) and the US Masters (1980; 1983)
  • ballet flat — a shoe with a very flat heel or no heel, resembling a ballet slipper worn by dancers.
  • ballet shoe — a flexible, lightweight shoe designed for ballet dancing; typically made of leather or silk, and often fastened with ribbons
  • balletomane — a person enthusiastic about the ballet
  • blackballed — to vote against (a candidate, applicant, etc.).
  • blind alley — If you describe a situation as a blind alley, you mean that progress is not possible or that the situation can have no useful results.
  • broomballer — a person who plays broomball
  • challengers — Plural form of challenger.
  • challenging — A challenging task or job requires great effort and determination.
  • crestfallen — If you look crestfallen, you look sad and disappointed about something.
  • fallen arch — collapse of the arch formed by the instep of the foot, resulting in flat feet
  • fallen idol — If you refer to someone as a fallen idol, you mean that they have lost people's respect and admiration because of something bad that they have done.
  • fireballers — Plural form of fireballer.
  • fly gallery — a narrow platform at the side of a stage from which ropes are manipulated to raise or lower scenery, battens, etc.
  • forestalled — Simple past tense and past participle of forestall.
  • forestaller — A person who forestalls, especially one who buys goods before they can be sold on the open market in anticipation of rising prices.
  • gallerygoer — a person who visits art galleries, especially often or regularly.
  • galley-west — Informal. into a state of unconsciousness, confusion, or disarray (usually used in the phrase to knock galley-west).
  • halleflinta — a type of rock, volcanic or metamorphic in origin, that has a fine grain
  • hallelujahs — Plural form of hallelujah.
  • hospitaller — a member of the religious and military order (Knights Hospitalers or Knights of St. John of Jerusalem) originating about the time of the first Crusade (1096–99) and taking its name from a hospital at Jerusalem.
  • immalleable — (archaic) Not malleable.
  • in parallel — Something that occurs in parallel with something else occurs at the same time as it.
  • intervalley — an elongated depression between uplands, hills, or mountains, especially one following the course of a stream.
  • jazz ballet — ballet danced to jazz music
  • lough allen — a lake in Ireland, in county Leitrim
  • malleablize — to make (white cast iron) malleable by annealing it so that the carbon is transformed to graphite or removed completely.
  • mallee fowl — an Australian bird, Leipoa ocellata, of variegated gray, brown, white, and black plumage, that lays up to 35 eggs in an incubating mound.
  • mallee root — the rootstock (rhizome) of a mallee tree, often used as fuel
  • marshallers — Plural form of marshaller.
  • marshallese — a native or inhabitant of the Marshall Islands, especially a member of a Micronesian people native to these Islands.
  • mill valley — a town in W California, NW of San Francisco.

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