16-letter words that end in ers

  • assigned numbers — (standard)   The RFC STD 2 documenting the currently assigned values from several series of numbers used in network protocol implementations. This RFC is updated periodically and, in any case, current information can be obtained from the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA). If you are developing a protocol or application that will require the use of a link, socket, port, protocol, etc., you should contact the IANA to receive a number assignment.
  • autotransformers — Plural form of autotransformer.
  • brothel-creepers — soft-soled men's shoes that were originally popular in the 1950s
  • budgie smugglers — men's close-fitting swimming trunks
  • call to quarters — a bugle call shortly before taps, notifying soldiers to retire to their quarters
  • cardinal numbers — Also called cardinal numeral. any of the numbers that express amount, as one, two, three, etc. (distinguished from ordinal number).
  • chest of drawers — A chest of drawers is a low, flat piece of furniture with drawers in which you keep clothes and other things.
  • chinese checkers — a game played on a board with holes arranged in the shape of a six-pointed star, by from two to six players, the winner being the one who first moves his or her set of marbles across the board
  • chinese chequers — a board game played with marbles or pegs
  • chinese whispers — a game in which a message is passed on, in a whisper, by each of a number of people, so that the final version of the message is often radically changed from the original
  • clearance-papers — the act of clearing.
  • contour feathers — feathers that form the surface plumage of a bird and determine the outer contour, including the wing and tail feathers
  • cops and robbers — a children's game in which a group of players imitate the behavior of police and of thieves, as in pursuing and capturing.
  • cops-and-robbers — A cops-and-robbers film, television programme, or book is one whose story involves the police trying to catch criminals.
  • diastereoisomers — Plural form of diastereoisomer.
  • emergency powers — special permission allowing a minister, government, etc to take action in an emergency without having to have their actions approved by parliament
  • eyebrow tweezers — small tweezers for plucking hairs out of your eyebrows
  • general quarters — a condition of readiness for combat on a warship, during which crew members remain at their battle stations and have guns and ammunition ready for immediate loading.
  • hospital corners — a fold on a bed sheet or blanket made by tucking the foot or head of the sheet straight under the mattress with the ends protruding and then making a diagonal fold at the side corner of the sheet and tucking this under to produce a triangular corner.
  • jeepers creepers — euphemism expressing surprise
  • job's comforters — a person who unwittingly or maliciously depresses or discourages someone while attempting to be consoling.
  • libation-bearers — Choëphori.
  • like gangbusters — a law-enforcement officer who specializes in breaking up organized crime, often by forceful or sensational means.
  • married quarters — the housing provided on a military base for married servicemen or servicewomen
  • matthew flindersMatthew, 1774–1814, English navigator and explorer: surveyed coast of Australia.
  • muddy the waters — If someone or something muddies the waters, they cause a situation or issue to seem less clear and less easy to understand.
  • narcotraffickers — Plural form of narcotrafficker.
  • optical tweezers — a laser device used to study, manipulate, or trap a microscopic object, as a microorganism or cell, with nanometer precision.
  • padded shoulders — (on a garment) shoulders lined, stuffed, or filled out with soft material, esp in order to give them a higher or wider shape
  • paint-by-numbers — formulaic; showing no original thought or creativity
  • rochelle powders — (not in technical use) Seidlitz powders.
  • scottish borders — a council area in SE Scotland, on the English border: created in 1996, it has the same boundaries as the former Borders Region: it is mainly hilly, with agriculture (esp sheep farming) the chief economic activity. Administrative centre: Newtown St Boswells. Pop: 108 280 (2003 est). Area: 4734 sq km (1827 sq miles)
  • seidlitz powders — a mild laxative consisting of tartaric acid, sodium bicarbonate, and Rochelle salt, which are dissolved separately, mixed, and drunk after effervescence.
  • sicilian vespers — a general massacre of the French in Sicily by the local population, begun at the sound of the vesper bell on Easter Monday, 1282.
  • take holy orders — to become ordained
  • tandem computers — (company)   A US computer manufacturer. Quarterly sales $544M, profits $49M (Aug 1994).
  • the great powers — the states or nations of the world with the most economic, political and military strength
  • the tamil tigers — a Sri Lankan Tamil separatist movement founded in the early 1970s that sought to establish an independent Tamil homeland (Tamil Eelam) in northern Sri Lanka; they waged a military campaign until defeated in 2009 by the Sri Lankan army
  • the-card-players — a painting (1892) by Paul Cézanne.
  • three musketeers — French Les Trois Mousquetaires. a historical novel (1844) by Alexandre Dumas père.
  • woman of letters — a woman engaged in literary pursuits, especially a professional writer.

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