17-letter words that end in ll

  • a fly on the wall — If you say that you would like to be a fly on the wall in a situation that does not involve you, you mean that you would like to see or hear what happens in that situation.
  • against sb's will — If something is done against your will, it is done even though you do not want it to be done.
  • agreement to sell — a contract between two parties in which one party agrees to sell something to the other
  • american football — American football is a game similar to rugby that is played by two teams of eleven players using an oval-shaped ball. Players try to score points by carrying the ball to their opponents' end of the field, or by kicking it over a bar fixed between two posts.
  • an effort of will — If you do something difficult or painful by an effort of will, you manage to make yourself do it.
  • black-backed gull — either of two common black-and-white European coastal gulls, Larus fuscus (lesser black-backed gull) and L. marinus (great black-backed gull)
  • black-headed gull — a small gull, Chroicocephalus ridibundus, that breeds in much of Europe and Asia, and often scavenges in towns
  • canadian football — a game resembling American football, played on a grass pitch between two teams of 12 players
  • close-order drill — practice in formation marching and other movements, in the carrying of arms during formal marching, and in the formal handling of arms for ceremonies and guard.
  • common storksbill — a geraniaceous plant, Erodium cicutarium, having pink or reddish-purple flowers and fruits with a beaklike process
  • displacement hull — a hull that displaces a significant volume of water when under way.
  • drive to the wall — to force into an awkward situation
  • drive up the wall — to cause to become crazy or furious
  • electrolytic cell — any device in which electrolysis occurs
  • give someone hell — the place or state of punishment of the wicked after death; the abode of evil and condemned spirits; Gehenna or Tartarus.
  • grist to the mill — If you say that something is grist to the mill, you mean that it is useful for a particular purpose or helps support someone's point of view.
  • independence hall — the building in Philadelphia where the Declaration of Independence was signed.
  • mail users' shell — (messaging)   (mush) A MUA for Unix and MS-DOS. It has both line-mode and full-screen interfaces as well as a SunView interface. mush provides a very powerful shell interface with a csh-like scripting language, plenty of environment variables, command-line aliases, filename completion, conditionals, and command piping.
  • may/might as well — If you say that you might as well do something, or that you may as well do it, you mean that you will do it although you do not have a strong desire to do it and may even feel slightly unwilling to do it.
  • michigan bankroll — a large roll of paper money in small denominations.
  • multilateral well — A multilateral well is a well that has more than one branch radiating from the main wellbore.
  • on the half shell — served raw, with seasonings, on a half shell
  • one size fits all — (of clothing) designed to fit people of a wide range of sizes.
  • one-size-fits-all — (of clothing) designed to fit people of a wide range of sizes.
  • parker house roll — a soft dinner roll made by folding a flat disk of dough in half.
  • photovoltaic cell — a photocell in which an electromotive force is generated by a photovoltaic effect.
  • prudence crandallPrudence, 1803–90, U.S. educator and civil-rights activist.
  • reproductive cell — gamete.
  • roseate spoonbill — a tropical New World spoonbill, Ajaia ajaja, having rose-colored plumage and a bare head.
  • sanitary landfill — landfill.
  • saved by the bell — a hollow instrument of cast metal, typically cup-shaped with a flaring mouth, suspended from the vertex and rung by the strokes of a clapper, hammer, or the like.
  • six o'clock swill — a period of heavy drinking, esp during the years when hotels had to close their bars at 6.00 p.m.
  • spore mother cell — a cell from which a spore is produced
  • suppressor t cell — a T cell capable of inhibiting the activity of B cells and other T cells.
  • take a chill pill — something that has a calming or relaxing effect.
  • the mother of all — something regarded as the biggest, most impressive, or most important of (its kind)
  • the sound of mull — the water that separates the island of Mull from the mainland of Scotland
  • to know full well — If you say that a person knows full well that something is true, especially something unpleasant, you are emphasizing that they are definitely aware of it, although they may behave as if they are not.
  • too close to call — If something such as a competition or an election is too close to call, it is not possible to predict who will win because it seems likely to be won by only a very small margin.
  • windowglass shell — capiz.
  • wish someone well — to wish success or good fortune for someone

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