12-letter words that end in ll

  • advance poll — (in an election) a poll held prior to election day to permit voters who expect to be absent then to cast their ballots
  • aileron roll — a roll consisting of one or more rotations, usually controlled by the use of ailerons.
  • baden-powell — Robert Stephenson Smyth (smɪθ, smaɪθ), 1st Baron Baden-Powell. 1857–1941, British general, noted for his defence of Mafeking (1899–1900) in the Boer War; founder of the Boy Scouts (1908) and (with his sister Agnes) the Girl Guides (1910)
  • baggage hall — a large room at an airport, usually containing a number of carousels, where passengers go to collect their baggage after a flight
  • be on a roll — to have a series of successes; go from success to success
  • bearing wall — any of the walls supporting a floor or the roof of a building.
  • bicycle bell — a bell attached to a bicycle, used to warn others on the road
  • bimorph cell — a piezoelectric transducer consisting of two crystals cemented together, used in microphones, headphones, loudspeakers, etc. to convert vibrations into a voltage output or to convert a signal voltage into vibrations that can produce audible sounds
  • blanket roll — a blanket or sleeping bag rolled into a cylindrical pack for easy carrying and outdoor use by hikers, soldiers, cowboys, etc., often with cooking utensils, food, and personal articles carried inside.
  • borough hall — a building housing the administrative offices of a borough.
  • boskop skull — a portion of a human skull found in South Africa, of undetermined relationship and geological age: formerly associated with a hypothetical Boskop race
  • bourne shell — (sh, Shellish). The original command-line interpreter shell and script language for Unix written by S.R. Bourne of Bell Laboratories in 1978. sh has been superseded for interactive use by the Berkeley C shell, csh but still widely used for writing shell scripts. There were even earlier shells, see glob. [Details?]
  • bowling ball — a round, heavy ball for bowling, usually made of hard rubber or plastic, with holes drilled into it for the bowler's thumb and two fingers.
  • breast drill — a geared drill that can be braced against the chest for additional leverage.
  • breed's hill — a hill in E Massachusetts, adjoining Bunker Hill: the true site of the Battle of Bunker Hill (1775)
  • buffalo bill — nickname of William Frederick Cody. 1846–1917, US showman who toured Europe and the US with his famous Wild West Show
  • by deed poll — In Britain, if you change your name by deed poll, you change it officially and legally.
  • cadmium cell — a photocell with a cadmium electrode that is especially sensitive to ultraviolet radiation
  • camphor ball — mothball
  • capitol hill — the area around the Capitol in Washington, DC
  • chinese wall — a notional barrier between the parts of a business, esp between the market makers and brokers of a stock-exchange business, across which no information should pass to the detriment of clients
  • clarion call — A clarion call is a strong and emotional appeal to people to do something.
  • closed shell — (in atomic structure) a shell that contains the maximum number of electrons permitted by the exclusion principle.
  • collect call — A collect call is a telephone call which is paid for by the person who receives the call, rather than the person who makes the call.
  • concert hall — a hall where concerts are performed
  • costume ball — a fancy dress ball
  • cottage roll — a small pickled boneless ham
  • counterspell — a spell or charm which acts against another spell, esp in fantasy or role-playing games
  • cricket ball — the ball used to play cricket
  • crystal ball — If you say that someone, especially an expert, looks into a crystal ball, you mean that they are trying to predict the future. Crystal balls are traditionally used by fortune-tellers.
  • curtain call — In a theatre, when actors or performers take a curtain call, they come forward to the front of the stage after a performance in order to receive the applause of the audience.
  • curtain wall — a non-load-bearing external wall attached to a framed structure, often one that is prefabricated
  • cut and fill — a process of localized gradation whereby material eroded from one place is deposited a short distance away.
  • cut fastball — a fastball that breaks somewhat like a curve ball, due to increased pressure from the tip of the middle finger.
  • daniell cell — a type of cell having a zinc anode in dilute sulphuric acid separated by a porous barrier from a copper cathode in copper sulphate solution. It has an emf of 1.1 volts
  • diploma mill — an academic institution with low standards that awards many degrees
  • disgracefull — Archaic form of disgraceful.
  • distastefull — Archaic form of distasteful.
  • divorce mill — a divorce court, especially such a court in a state or country that does not impose difficult requirements, as a long period of residence or humiliating grounds, on those who wish to dissolve their marriage.
  • double scull — a racing shell in which two scullers sit one behind the other and pull two oars each
  • drawbar pull — the force, measured in pounds, available to a locomotive for pulling rolling stock after overcoming its own tractive resistance.
  • edith cavellEdith Louisa, 1865–1915, English nurse: executed by the Germans in World War I.
  • faneuil hall — a market house and public hall in Boston, Massachusetts, called “the Cradle of Liberty” because it was used as a meeting place by American patriots immediately before the Revolutionary War.
  • fanning mill — a machine for winnowing grain by the action of riddles and sieves and an air blast.
  • finance bill — a bill or act of a legislature to obtain funds for the public treasury.
  • first of all — to start with
  • fit the bill — If you say that someone or something fits the bill or fills the bill, you mean that they are suitable for a particular job or purpose.
  • flowing well — A flowing well is a well which can produce oil or gas without the use of a mechanical pump.
  • flutter mill — a flutter wheel, especially a small one designed as a child's plaything.
  • foreign bill — a bill of exchange drawn on a payer in one country by a maker in another.

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