15-letter words containing g

  • (one's) regrets — a polite expression of regret, as at declining an invitation
  • a cracking pace — If you say that someone or something is moving at a cracking pace, you mean that they are moving very quickly.
  • a crock of gold — Gold is a valuable, yellow-colored metal that is used for making jewelry and ornaments, and as an international currency.
  • a heart of gold — If you say that someone has a heart of gold, you are emphasizing that they are very good and kind to other people.
  • a king's ransom — If you refer to a sum of money as a king's ransom, you are emphasizing that it is very large.
  • a pig in a poke — something bought or received without prior sight or knowledge
  • a shingle short — unintelligent or mentally subnormal
  • a straight face — If you manage to keep a straight face, you manage to look serious, although you want to laugh.
  • abiogenetically — in an abiogenetic manner
  • absentee voting — voting in advance by voters who cannot get to the polling place on polling day
  • absorption edge — a discontinuity in the graph of the absorption coefficient of a substance plotted against the wavelength of x-rays being absorbed, representing the minimum energy necessary to free electrons from particular shells of the atoms of the substance.
  • abyssinian gold — Talmi gold.
  • accepting house — a financial institution that guarantees a bill of exchange, as a result of which it can be discounted on more favourable terms
  • accommodatingly — In an accommodating manner.
  • accounting file — (operating system)   A file which holds records of the resources used by individual jobs. These records are used to regulate, and calculate charges for, resources. An entry is opened in the accounting file as each job begins.
  • accrued charges — charges incurred in one accounting period that have not been paid by the end of it
  • achievement age — the age at which a child should be able to perform a standardized test successfully
  • acknowledgeable — to admit to be real or true; recognize the existence, truth, or fact of: to acknowledge one's mistakes.
  • acknowledgeably — in a way that is able to be generally acknowledged or recognized
  • acknowledgement — An acknowledgement is a statement or action which recognizes that something exists or is true.
  • acknowledgments — a section of text containing an author’s statement acknowledging his or her use of the works of other authors and thanking the people who have helped him or her, usually printed at the front of a book
  • acoustic guitar — an ordinary guitar, which produces its normal sound through the sounding board and is not amplified in any way
  • act of congress — a law that has been passed by both houses of the US Congress and signed by the president; if the president has chosen to veto the bill, it can be passed by a two-thirds majority in Congress
  • actinopterygian — belonging or pertaining to the Actinopterygii, a group of bony fishes.
  • action painting — a development of abstract expressionism evolved in the 1940s, characterized by broad vigorous brush strokes and accidental effects of thrown, smeared, dripped, or spattered paint
  • active hydrogen — hydrogen in the form of single atoms, rather than molecules, which makes it extremely reactive.
  • actual argument — (programming)   A value, expression, or reference passed to a function or subroutine when it is called and which replaces or is bound to the corresponding formal argument. See: argument.
  • addressing mode — 1.   (processor, programming)   One of a set of methods for specifying the operand(s) for a machine code instruction. Different processors vary greatly in the number of addressing modes they provide. The more complex modes described below can usually be replaced with a short sequence of instructions using only simpler modes. The most common modes are "register" - the operand is stored in a specified register; "absolute" - the operand is stored at a specified memory address; and "immediate" - the operand is contained within the instruction. Most processors also have indirect addressing modes, e.g. "register indirect", "memory indirect" where the specified register or memory location does not contain the operand but contains its address, known as the "effective address". For an absolute addressing mode, the effective address is contained within the instruction. Indirect addressing modes often have options for pre- or post- increment or decrement, meaning that the register or memory location containing the effective address is incremented or decremented by some amount (either fixed or also specified in the instruction), either before or after the instruction is executed. These are very useful for stacks and for accessing blocks of data. Other variations form the effective address by adding together one or more registers and one or more constants which may themselves be direct or indirect. Such complex addressing modes are designed to support access to multidimensional arrays and arrays of data structures. The addressing mode may be "implicit" - the location of the operand is obvious from the particular instruction. This would be the case for an instruction that modified a particular control register in the CPU or, in a stack based processor where operands are always on the top of the stack. 2. In IBM System 370/XA the addressing mode bit controls the size of the effective address generated. When this bit is zero, the CPU is in the 24-bit addressing mode, and 24 bit instruction and operand effective addresses are generated. When this bit is one, the CPU is in the 31-bit addressing mode, and 31-bit instruction and operand effective addresses are generated.
  • adjacent angles — two angles that have the same vertex and a side in common
  • adjective group — An adjective group or adjectival group is a group of words based on an adjective, such as 'very nice' or 'interested in football'. An adjective group can also consist simply of an adjective.
  • admiralty range — a mountain range in Antarctica, on the coast of Victoria Land, northwest of the Ross Sea
  • adoption agency — an agency that matches children needing adoption with people willing to adopt
  • advanced degree — an academic degree conferred for completion of requirements beyond the undergraduate college level, as M.S. or Ph.D.
  • advanced higher — the highest level of qualification offered within the school system, replacing the former Certificate of Sixth Year Studies
  • advantage court — the receiver's left-hand service court, into which the ball is served when one side has the advantage.
  • advertising man — adman (def 1).
  • adygei republic — a constituent republic of SW Russia, bordering on the Caucasus Mountains: chiefly agricultural but with some mineral resources. Capital: Maikop. Pop: 447 000 (2002). Area: 7600 sq km (2934 sq miles)
  • aegyptopithecus — a genus of extinct anthropoid ape of the Oligocene Period known from remains found in Egypt.
  • aerial pingpong — Australian Rules football
  • aerobic dancing — a system of exercises combining aerobics with dance steps and usually done to music.
  • affine geometry — the branch of geometry dealing with affine transformations.
  • again and again — You can use again and again or time and again to emphasize that something happens many times.
  • age of aquarius — an astrological era believed to bring increased spirituality and harmony on earth.
  • age-appropriate — Something that is age-appropriate is suitable for the age that a person is.
  • aggregate score — a score calculated by adding the results of several matches
  • aggregate value — the total value of a number of smaller sums, added together and treated as an individual sum
  • agranulocytosis — a serious and sometimes fatal illness characterized by a marked reduction of leucocytes, usually caused by hypersensitivity to certain drugs
  • agree to differ — to end an argument amicably while maintaining differences of opinion
  • agribusinessman — a person who engages in agribusiness
  • agriculturalist — An agriculturalist is someone who is an expert on agriculture and who advises farmers.

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