15-letter words that end in ence

  • aix-en-provence — a city and spa in SE France: the medieval capital of Provence. Pop: 145 721 (2006)
  • anticoincidence — of or relating to an electronic circuit that produces an output pulse if one but not both of its input terminals receives a pulse within a specified interval of time
  • bioluminescence — the production of light by living organisms as a result of the oxidation of a light-producing substance (luciferin) by the enzyme luciferase: occurs in many marine organisms, insects such as the firefly, etc
  • capital offence — a crime for which the death penalty is used
  • case conference — a meeting at which all the parties involved in a medical, legal, or social work case come together to discuss it
  • cauchy sequence — fundamental sequence.
  • citizen science — scientific research, data collection, etc., that involves the participation of nonscientists (often used attributively): Bird watchers report their bird observations to citizen-science projects.
  • closed sentence — a formula that contains no free occurrence of any variable
  • cone of silence — a space, in the shape of an inverted cone, above a radio beacon, in which there is a sharp reduction in the intensity of transmitted signals.
  • counterevidence — evidence that refutes other evidence
  • counterviolence — the retaliatory use of violence
  • cross-reference — A cross-reference is a note in a book which tells you that there is relevant or more detailed information in another part of the book.
  • direct evidence — evidence of a witness who testifies to the truth of the fact to be proved (contrasted with circumstantial evidence).
  • driving licence — A driving licence is a card showing that you are qualified to drive because you have passed a driving test.
  • east providence — a town in NE Rhode Island, near Providence.
  • escape sequence — (character)   (Or "escape code") A series of characters starting with the escape character (ASCII 27). Escape sequences are often used to control display devices such as VDUs. An escape sequence might change the colour of subsequent text, reassign keys on the keyboard, change printer settings or reposition the cursor. The escape sequences of the DEC vt100 video terminal have become a de facto standard for this purpose. The term is also used for any sequence of characters that temporarily suspends normal processing of a stream of characters to perform some special function. For example, the Hayes modem uses the sequence "+++" to escape to command mode in which characters are interpreted as commands to the modem itself rather than as data to pass through.
  • general science — basic science taught as a school subject
  • goal difference — the number of goals scored by a team minus the number of goals it has conceded
  • hanging offence — a crime that is punishable by hanging
  • hypersomnolence — sleepy; drowsy.
  • in mid-sentence — halfway through saying sth
  • interdependence — the quality or condition of being interdependent, or mutually reliant on each other: Globalization of economies leads to an ever-increasing interdependence of countries.
  • kernel sentence — a simple, active, declarative sentence containing no modifiers or connectives that may be used in making more elaborate sentences: The sentence “Good tests are short” is made from two kernel sentences: (1) “Tests are short.” (2) “(The) tests are good.”.
  • keying sequence — a sequence made up of letters or numbers that can encode or decode a polyalphabetic substitution cipher one letter at a time.
  • king's evidence — evidence for the crown given by an accused person against his or her alleged accomplices.
  • landini cadence — a melodic cadential formula, associated especially with the Ars Nova music of Francesco Landini, progressing from the tonic to the leading tone, then to the submediant and back to the tonic.
  • library science — the study of the organization and administration of a library and of its technical, informational, and reference services.
  • matrix sentence — Linguistics. a sentence in which another sentence is embedded: In The man who called is waiting, The man is waiting is a matrix sentence.
  • misintelligence — incorrect information or intelligence
  • natural science — a science or knowledge of objects or processes observable in nature, as biology or physics, as distinguished from the abstract or theoretical sciences, as mathematics or philosophy.
  • news conference — a press conference, especially one held by a government official.
  • non-beneficence — the doing of good; active goodness or kindness; charity.
  • non-coincidence — a striking occurrence of two or more events at one time apparently by mere chance: Our meeting in Venice was pure coincidence.
  • non-concurrence — refusal or failure to concur.
  • nonacquiescence — the act or condition of acquiescing or giving tacit assent; agreement or consent by silence or without objection; compliance (usually followed by to or in): acquiescence to his boss's demands.
  • nonindependence — the state of not being independent of another
  • noninterference — the policy or practice of refraining from interference, especially in political affairs.
  • omnibenevolence — unlimited kindness and generosity
  • over-confidence — too confident.
  • parking offence — the act of leaving your car somewhere illegally
  • peak experience — a high point in the life of a self-actualizer, during which the person feels ecstatic and more alive and whole than is usual.
  • perfect cadence — a cadence in which the tonic chord has its root in both bass and soprano.
  • perimeter fence — fence surrounding an area
  • phosphorescence — the property of being luminous at temperatures below incandescence, as from slow oxidation in the case of phosphorus or after exposure to light or other radiation.
  • police presence — attendance or proximity of police officers
  • post-experience — a particular instance of personally encountering or undergoing something: My encounter with the bear in the woods was a frightening experience.
  • prison sentence — confinement in prison as a punishment imposed on a person who has been found guilty of a crime
  • run-on sentence — a written sequence of two or more main clauses that are not separated by a period or semicolon or joined by a conjunction.
  • self-abhorrence — a feeling of extreme repugnance or aversion; utter loathing; abomination.
  • self-confidence — realistic confidence in one's own judgment, ability, power, etc.

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