15-letter words that end in et

  • admiralty inlet — an arm of the Pacific Ocean in NW Washington, at the entry to Puget Sound.
  • angel's-trumpet — any of several plants belonging to the genera Brugmansia and Datura, of the nightshade family, having large, trumpet-shaped flowers in a variety of colors.
  • antiferromagnet — a material which exhibits antiferromagnetism
  • balanced ticket — a slate of candidates chosen to appeal to a wide range of voters, especially by including members of large regional, ethnic, or religious groups.
  • bite the bullet — to face up to (pain, trouble, etc) with fortitude; be stoical
  • brussels carpet — a worsted carpet with a heavy pile formed by uncut loops of wool on a linen warp
  • chemical toilet — a toilet in which waste is treated with chemicals
  • chiller cabinet — a cupboard or chest in a shop where chilled foods and drinks are displayed and kept cool
  • comfort blanket — a blanket that a young child is very attached to
  • compound magnet — a magnet consisting of two or more separate magnets placed together with like poles pointing in the same direction.
  • consumer market — the market of consumers for a particular good or service
  • corps de ballet — In ballet, the corps de ballet is the group of dancers who dance together, in contrast to the main dancers, who dance by themselves.
  • currency market — a market in which banks and traders purchase and sell foreign currencies
  • dead-end street — a street blocked at one end
  • discount market — a trading market in which notes, bills, and other negotiable instruments are discounted.
  • discovery inlet — an inlet of the Ross Sea, Antarctica.
  • display cabinet — a cabinet in a shop, museum, etc, that displays items
  • distress rocket — a rocket fired from a ship to warn others nearby that it is in distress
  • dogtooth violet — Also called adder's-tongue, trout lily. any of several North American lilies of the genus Erythronium, having nodding flowers and usually mottled leaves.
  • drag one's feet — to draw with force, effort, or difficulty; pull heavily or slowly along; haul; trail: They dragged the carpet out of the house.
  • drilling jacket — A drilling jacket is a small steel platform used for drilling wells in shallow and calm water.
  • electric socket — a device on a wall where you can plug electrical equipment into the electricity supply
  • elegiac couplet — a couplet composed of a dactylic hexameter followed by a dactylic pentameter
  • emerging market — a financial or consumer market in a newly developing country or former communist country
  • entrance ticket — a ticket allowing the bearer to go into a place, such as a museum, monument, etc
  • farmers' market — a market or group of stalls and booths where farmers and sometimes other vendors sell their products directly to consumers.
  • find one's feet — to become capable or confident, as in a new job
  • finger alphabet — a series of shapes made by the fingers that indicate letters of an alphabet and can be used in fingerspelling for the deaf
  • fire-and-forget — used to describe a type of missile that, once fired, is able to guide itself to its target
  • flibbertigibbet — a chattering or flighty, light-headed person.
  • have itchy feet — to be restless; have a desire to travel
  • high-fibre diet — a diet which contains a lot of fibre, supposed to help keep your digestive system healthy
  • hoosier cabinet — a tall kitchen cabinet mass-produced during the early part of the 20th century, usually of oak, featuring an enameled work surface, storage bins, a flour sifter, etc.
  • in one's pocket — a shaped piece of fabric attached inside or outside a garment and forming a pouch used especially for carrying small articles.
  • inferior planet — either of the two planets whose orbits are inside the orbit of the earth: Venus and Mercury.
  • instruction set — (architecture)   The collection of machine language instructions that a particular processor understands. The term is almost synonymous with "instruction set architecture" since the instructions are fairly meaningless in isolation from the registers etc. that they manipulate.
  • internal market — a system in which goods and services are sold by the provider to a range of purchasers within the same organization, who compete to establish the price of the product
  • just the ticket — If you say that something is just the ticket, you mean that it is exactly what is needed.
  • kamikaze packet — Christmas tree packet
  • kick the bucket — a deep, cylindrical vessel, usually of metal, plastic, or wood, with a flat bottom and a semicircular bail, for collecting, carrying, or holding water, sand, fruit, etc.; pail.
  • kitchen cabinet — a cupboard built into a kitchen or a chest of drawers for kitchen use, as for dishes and silverware.
  • knight banneret — banneret1 (def 2).
  • luncheon basket — a basket that you put food in and take somewhere for a picnic
  • manual alphabet — a set of finger configurations corresponding to the letters of the alphabet, used by the deaf in fingerspelling.
  • northern sennet — any of several small barracudas, as Sphyraena borealis (northern sennet) ranging along the eastern coast of North and Central America.
  • oriental carpet — Oriental rug.
  • ortega y gasset — José [haw-se] /hɔˈsɛ/ (Show IPA), 1883–1955, Spanish philosopher, journalist, and critic.
  • pain in the net — flamer
  • platform ticket — a pass allowing a visitor to enter upon a railroad platform from which those not traveling are ordinarily excluded.
  • play the market — to speculate on a stock exchange

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