14-letter words that end in ll

  • absorbing well — a well for draining off surface water and conducting it to absorbent earth underground.
  • accessory cell — Immunology. any of various cells of the immune system that work with T or B cells to initiate a specific immune response.
  • alive and well — If you say that someone or something is alive and well, you are emphasizing that they continue to survive.
  • angle of stall — critical angle (def 2).
  • arctic redpoll — a finch, Carduelis hornemanni, of the family Fringillidae, which breeds in tundra birch forest
  • barbecue grill — a grill used in barbecuing
  • be on the ball — to be alert; be efficient
  • carry the ball — to assume responsibility; take command
  • cathedral hull — a motorboat hull having a bottom characterized by two or more, usually three, V -shaped hull profiles meeting below the waterline.
  • climb the wall — If you say that you are climbing the walls, you are emphasizing that you feel very frustrated, nervous, or anxious.
  • companion cell — any of a number of specialized parenchymal cells adjacent to a sieve tube in the phloem of flowering plants, believed to regulate the flow of nutrients through the tube.
  • condemned cell — A condemned cell is a prison cell for someone who is going to be executed.
  • debutante ball — a formal ball at which young women of upper-class background are presented to society
  • dendritic cell — a branching cell of the lymph nodes, blood, and spleen that functions as a network trapping foreign protein.
  • dry-stone wall — A dry-stone wall is a wall that has been built by fitting stones together without using any cement.
  • electoral roll — list of registered voters
  • emergency call — a telephone call to the emergency services made during an emergency
  • enclosure wall — a wall that encloses a piece of land
  • fare-thee-well — a state of perfection: The meal was done to a fare-thee-well.
  • flemish scroll — a scroll, as on a chair leg, having the form of two intersecting and oppositely curved C-scrolls.
  • follow-up call — a telephone call made as a follow-up to a letter, fax, meeting, etc
  • giant puffball — a puffball, Calvatia gigantea, that is the largest of its kind, known to have grown to more than 5 feet (1.6 meters) in circumference.
  • give sb a bell — If you give someone a bell, you telephone them.
  • go to the wall — any of various permanent upright constructions having a length much greater than the thickness and presenting a continuous surface except where pierced by doors, windows, etc.: used for shelter, protection, or privacy, or to subdivide interior space, to support floors, roofs, or the like, to retain earth, to fence in an area, etc.
  • go up the wall — to become crazy or furious
  • great firewall — a system that prevents access to websites deemed undesirable by the government of the People's Republic of China
  • hadrian's wall — a wall of defense for the Roman province of Britain, constructed by Hadrian between Solway Firth and the mouth of the Tyne.
  • hanging scroll — a roll of parchment, paper, copper, or other material, especially one with writing on it: a scroll containing the entire Old Testament.
  • in at the kill — present at the end or climax of some undertaking
  • indie landfill — a derogatory term for indie music considered to be mediocre
  • injection well — a deep well into which pressurized fluids are injected for waste disposal, to improve the recovery of petroleum, or in solution mining.
  • kedleston hall — a mansion near Derby in Derbyshire: rebuilt (1759–65) for the Curzon family by Matthew Brettingham, James Paine, and Robert Adam
  • knobbling roll — a roll for a rolling mill, having a series of regularly shaped projections and depressions on its face.
  • leclanché cell — a primary cell with a carbon anode, surrounded by crushed carbon and manganese dioxide in a porous container, immersed in an electrolyte of aqueous ammonium chloride into which the zinc cathode dips. The common dry battery is a form of Leclanché cell
  • major mitchell — an Australian cockatoo, Kakatoe leadbeateri, with a white-and-pink plumage
  • megasporophyll — a sporophyll producing megasporangia only.
  • mount wrangell — a mountain in S Alaska, in the W Wrangell Mountains. Height: 4269 m (14 005 ft)
  • multiple drill — a drilling machine having a number of vertical spindles for drilling several holes in a piece simultaneously.
  • no time at all — briefest moment
  • officious will — a will by which the testator gives his or her property to the natural objects of such bounty, as the family.
  • passenger cell — the inside of a vehicle, in which people sit
  • perimeter wall — a wall that serves as a boundary around something
  • pipeline stall — pipeline break
  • potential well — a localized region in a field of force in which the potential has a deep minimum
  • primitive cell — a unit cell containing no points of the lattice except at the corners of the cell.
  • red blood cell — Physiology. one of the cells of the blood, which in mammals are enucleate disks concave on both sides, contain hemoglobin, and carry oxygen to the cells and tissues and carbon dioxide back to the respiratory organs. Abbreviation: RBC.
  • residence hall — Residence halls are buildings with rooms or apartments, usually built by universities or colleges, in which students live during the school year.
  • retaining wall — a wall for holding in place a mass of earth or the like, as at the edge of a terrace or excavation.
  • secondary cell — storage cell.
  • secondary wall — the innermost part of a plant cell wall, deposited after the wall has ceased to increase in surface area.

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