13-letter words containing n

  • 's gravenhage — The Hague
  • -commissioned — commissioned by the body specified
  • -in-residence — appointed to work at, and usually residing at, a given institution, as a college, for a certain period
  • -proportioned — -proportioned is added to adverbs to form adjectives that indicate that the size and shape of the different parts of something or someone are pleasing or useful.
  • a clean slate — If you start with a clean slate, you do not take account of previous mistakes or failures and make a fresh start.
  • a clean sweep — If you make a clean sweep of something such as a series of games or tournaments, you win them all.
  • a dead ringer — If you say that one person is a ringer or a dead ringer for another, you mean that they look exactly like each other.
  • a hand's turn — a small amount of work
  • a hole in one — If you get a hole in one in golf, you get the golf ball into the hole with a single stroke.
  • a jot/one jot — Expressions such as a jot, one jot, not a jot are used to emphasize negative statements.
  • a mixed bunch — if you say that a group of people or things is a mixed bunch, you mean that they are varied in style, character, quality, etc
  • a tangled web — If you refer to a situation as a tangled web, you are emphasizing that it is very confused.
  • a votre sante — to your health
  • a-proposition — a universal affirmative proposition
  • a/one hell of — Some people use a hell of or one hell of to emphasize that something is very good, very bad, or very big.
  • aaron's beard — rose of Sharon (def 2).
  • aaron's-beard — rose of Sharon (def 2).
  • abalone shell — the shell of the abalone mollusc, used for ornament or decoration
  • abandonedness — The state or quality of being abandoned.
  • abbreviations — a shortened or contracted form of a word or phrase, used to represent the whole, as Dr. for Doctor, U.S. for United States, lb. for pound.
  • abelian group — a group the defined binary operation of which is commutative: if a and b are members of an Abelian group then ab = ba
  • aberdeenshire — a council area and historical county of N Scotland, on the North Sea: became part of Grampian Region in 1975 but reinstated as an independent unitary authority (with adjusted borders) in 1996: rises to the Grampian and Cairngorm Mountains in the SW: chiefly agricultural (esp sheep and stock raising). Administrative centre: Aberdeen. Pop: 229 330 (2003 est). Area 6319 sq km (2439 sq miles)
  • abiogenically — in a way that does not involve living organisms
  • abnormalities — an abnormal condition, state, or quality; irregularity; deviation.
  • abolitionists — (especially prior to the Civil War) a person who advocated or supported the abolition of slavery in the U.S.
  • aboriginalism — a view of aboriginal cultures as being primitive and exotic, and having little to do with the modern world
  • aboriginality — the state of being Aboriginal, esp with regard to having a common Aboriginal culture
  • abortifacient — causing abortion
  • abortion pill — a drug, such as mifepristone, used to terminate a pregnancy in its earliest stage
  • above oneself — presumptuous or conceited
  • absent-minded — Someone who is absent-minded forgets things or does not pay attention to what they are doing, often because they are thinking about something else.
  • absentee rate — the percentage of people who are absent each day from a school or company
  • absentee vote — a vote cast in advance by a voter who will be unable to go to the polling place on polling day
  • absolute unit — a unit of measurement forming part of the electromagnetic cgs system, such as an abampere or abcoulomb
  • abstentionism — the policy of withholding one's vote or refusing to participate in some other aspect of the political process
  • abstentionist — a person who practises or advocates abstention or abstentionism
  • abstract noun — a noun that refers to an abstract concept, as for example kindness
  • abstractional — relating to abstraction
  • abundant year — the lunisolar calendar used by Jews, as for determining religious holidays, that is reckoned from 3761 b.c. and was established by Hillel II in the 4th century a.d., the calendar year consisting of 353 days (defective year) 354 days (regular year) or 355 days (perfect year or abundant year) and containing 12 months: Tishri, Heshvan, Kislev, Tevet, Shevat, Adar, Nisan, Iyar, Sivan, Tammuz, Av, and Elul, with the 29-day intercalary month of Adar Sheni added after Adar seven times in every 19-year cycle in order to adjust the calendar to the solar cycle. The Jewish ecclesiastical year begins with Nisan and the civil year with Tishri.
  • acacia avenue — any middle-class suburban street.
  • academic dean — a high-ranking academic official who oversees all the major academic operations including curriculum, workloads, and faculty budgets
  • academic gown — a loose garment like a very light coat with wide sleeves worn over a person's outer clothes and indicating academic status
  • academic rank — the rank held by members of academic staff having titles such as professor, associate professor, assistant professor, instructor etc
  • acaroid resin — an alcohol-soluble gum resin taken from various grass trees, used in varnishes, etc.: unique among natural resins because it forms a hard, insoluble, chemical-resistant film when heated
  • accelerations — Plural form of acceleration.
  • acceptilation — the cancellation of debt and the release from payment
  • acceptingness — the state or quality of being accepting
  • accessariness — The state of being accessary.
  • accessorizing — to fit or equip with accessories: to accessorize a car with special seat covers.
  • accident boat — a boat kept suspended outboard so that it can be lowered immediately if someone falls overboard.

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