10-letter words containing n

  • -appointed — -appointed combines with adverbs to form adjectives such as well-appointed that describe a building or room that is equipped or furnished in the way that is mentioned.
  • -conscious — -conscious combines with words such as 'health', 'fashion', 'politically', and 'environmentally' to form adjectives which describe someone who believes that the aspect of life indicated is important.
  • -efficient — working or operating efficiently with regard to; making efficient use of
  • -inflected — -inflected is used to form adjectives describing someone's voice or accent.
  • -intensive — -intensive combines with nouns to form adjectives which indicate that an industry or activity involves the use of a lot of a particular thing.
  • -nourished — -nourished is used with adverbs such as 'well' or 'under' to indicate how much food someone eats or whether it is the right kind of food.
  • -organized — -organized is added to nouns to form adjectives which indicate who organizes something.
  • -producing — yielding the thing specified
  • -resistant — -resistant is added to nouns to form adjectives that describe something as not being harmed or affected by the thing mentioned.
  • -something — -something is combined with numbers such as twenty and thirty to form adjectives which indicate an approximate amount, especially someone's age. For example, if you say that someone is thirty-something, you mean they are between thirty and forty years old.
  • -yard line — In football, a team's 5-yard line, or 10-yard line, and so on, is a line painted across the field and numbered, that marks the distance from the goal line.
  • a fast one — a deceptive act
  • a good one — an unbelievable assertion
  • a l'orange — prepared or served with slices of orange, orange peel, or an orange-flavored sauce: duck à l'orange.
  • à outrance — to the utmost; to the bitter end; to the death
  • a-language — (language)   An early ALGOL-like surface syntax for Lisp.
  • a.n. other — an unnamed person: used in team lists, etc, to indicate a place that remains to be filled
  • ab aeterno — from the most remote antiquity.
  • ab origine — Latin. from the very beginning; from the source or origin.
  • abalienate — (civil law, transitive) To transfer the title of from one to another; to alienate.
  • abandoning — to leave completely and finally; forsake utterly; desert: to abandon one's farm; to abandon a child; to abandon a sinking ship.
  • abaptiston — Surgery. a cone-shaped trephine designed to avoid penetration of the brain when incising the skull.
  • abasements — Plural form of abasement.
  • abatements — Plural form of abatement.
  • abdicating — Present participle of abdicate.
  • abdication — the act or state of abdicating; renunciation.
  • abdominals — You can refer to your abdominal muscles as your abdominals when you are talking about exercise.
  • abdominous — pot-bellied
  • abductions — Plural form of abduction.
  • aberdevine — a former name for the siskin, when kept as a cagebird
  • aberdonian — a native or inhabitant of Aberdeen
  • aberrantly — in an aberrant manner
  • aberration — An aberration is an incident or way of behaving that is not typical.
  • abhorrence — Someone's abhorrence of something is their strong hatred of it.
  • abhorrency — (obsolete) Aberrancy. (Attested only in the late 16th century.).
  • abiogenist — a person who believes in abiogenesis
  • abirritant — relieving irritation
  • abiturient — a German student who is leaving secondary school and going to university after taking the final examination
  • abjectness — The state of being abject; abasement; meanness; servility. (Late 16th century.).
  • abjunction — the act of cutting off part of a mycelium or spore by forming a septum
  • abjuration — the act of abjuring.
  • ablutomane — a person who is obsessive about washing himself or herself
  • abnegating — Present participle of abnegate.
  • abnegation — a giving up of rights, etc.; self-denial; renunciation
  • abnegative — (obsolete, rare): Denying; renouncing; negative.
  • abnormalcy — abnormality.
  • abnormally — not normal, average, typical, or usual; deviating from a standard: abnormal powers of concentration; an abnormal amount of snow; abnormal behavior.
  • abolishing — Present participle of abolish.
  • abominable — Something that is abominable is very unpleasant or bad.
  • abominably — repugnantly hateful; detestable; loathsome: an abominable crime.

On this page, we collect all 10-letter words with letter N. It’s easy to find right word with a certain length. It is the easiest way to find 10-letter word that contains N to use in Scrabble or Crossword puzzles.

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