11-letter words that end in cs

  • acroamatics — Esoteric lectures.
  • aero-optics — the study of the effect of aircraft-induced and atmospheric disturbances on the efficiency of laser weapons
  • aerodromics — (obsolete) The science of flying airplanes.
  • aeronautics — Aeronautics is the science of designing and building aeroplanes.
  • aerostatics — the study of gases in equilibrium and bodies held in equilibrium in gases
  • anacamptics — The science of reflected light; catoptrics.
  • anaglyptics — (arts) The art of carving or embossing in low relief.
  • anesthetics — Plural form of anesthetic.
  • antibiotics — Plural form of antibiotic.
  • antiemetics — Plural form of antiemetic.
  • antiseptics — pertaining to or affecting antisepsis.
  • anxiolytics — Plural form of anxiolytic.
  • apologetics — the branch of theology concerned with the defence and rational justification of Christianity
  • aquaerobics — A form of aerobics done while in water.
  • aquanautics — the study or practice of undersea travel
  • arithmetics — Plural form of arithmetic.
  • asciibonics — (chat)   (From ASCII and Ebonics) A style of text communication in English which is most common on talk systems such as irc. Its notable characteristics are: Typing all in lowercase (and occasionally all in uppercase). Copious use of abbreviations of the sort "u" for "you" "1" for "one" (and therefore "some1" for "someone", "ne1" for "anyone"), "2" for "to", "r" for "are", etc. A general lack of punctuation, except for strings of question marks and exclamation marks. Common use of the idiom "m or f?", meant to elicit a statement of the listener's gender. Typical extended discourse in ASCIIbonics: "hey wasup ne1 want 2 cyber?" "m or f?" ASCIIbonics is similar to the way B1FF talked, although B1FF used more punctuation (lots more), and used all uppercase, rather than all lowercase. What's more, B1FF was only interested in warez, and so never asked "m or f?". It has been widely observed that some of the purest examples of ASCIIbonics come from non-native speakers of English. The phenomenon of ASCIIbonics predates by several years the use of the word "ASCIIbonics", as the word could only have been coined in or after late 1996, when "Ebonics" was first used in the US media to denote the US English dialects known in the linguistic literature as "Black Vernacular English".
  • atomtronics — (physics) The design, manufacture and study of analogs of electronics using atoms (especially Bose-Einstein condensates) at low temperature.
  • attophysics — the physics of structures and artefacts with dimensions in the attometre range or of devices, such as lasers, capable of producing pulses with a duration measured in attoseconds
  • biodynamics — the branch of biology that deals with the energy production and activities of organisms
  • biogenetics — the branch of biology concerned with altering the genomes of living organisms
  • biokinetics — the study of movements of or within organisms.
  • biomimetics — the study and development of synthetic systems that mimic the formation, function, or structure of biologically produced substances and materials and biological mechanisms and processes.
  • callanetics — a system of exercise involving frequent repetition of small muscular movements and squeezes, designed to improve muscle tone
  • cataphonics — catacoustics
  • catechetics — the branch of theology that deals with catechesis
  • chocaholics — Plural form of chocaholic.
  • chocoholics — Plural form of chocoholic.
  • cliometrics — the study of economic history using statistics and computer analysis
  • corbynomics — the economic policies advocated by Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the UK Labour Party from 2015
  • cryophysics — a branch of physics in which phenomena are studied at low temperatures
  • culturomics — the study of human culture and cultural trends over time by means of quantitative analysis of words and phrases in a very large corpus of digitized texts: Culturomics can pinpoint periods of accelerated language change.
  • cyberethics — Ethics in cyberspace.
  • cybernetics — Cybernetics is science which involves studying the way electronic machines and human brains work, and developing machines that do things or think like people.
  • cytostatics — Plural form of cytostatic.
  • diacoustics — the branch of physics that deals with refracted sound
  • diagnostics — the art or practice of diagnosis, esp of diseases
  • dielectrics — Plural form of dielectric.
  • diplomatics — the science of deciphering old official documents, as charters, and of determining their authenticity, age, or the like.
  • ecopolitics — the study of the interrelation between political and ecological issues and problems.
  • electronics — (physics) The study and use of electrical devices that operate by controlling the flow of electrons or other electrically charged particles.
  • endodontics — The branch of dentistry dealing with the dental pulp and root.
  • epigenetics — (genetics) The study of the processes involved in the genetic development of an organism, especially the activation and deactivation of genes.
  • eurhythmics — Alternative spelling of eurythmics.
  • geodynamics — (used with a singular verb) the science dealing with dynamic processes or forces within the earth.
  • geopolitics — the study or the application of the influence of political and economic geography on the politics, national power, foreign policy, etc., of a state.
  • geotechnics — the application of science in order to utilize the earth's natural resources in engineering projects
  • gerodontics — the branch of dentistry dealing with aging and aged persons.
  • gyrostatics — the science that deals with the laws of rotating bodies.
  • harmolodics — the technique of each musician in a group simultaneously improvising around the melodic and rhythmic patterns in a tune, rather than one musician improvising on its underlying harmonic pattern while the others play an accompaniment

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