14-letter words that end in re

  • (the) odds are — the likelihood is
  • against nature — If you say that something is against nature, you think that it is unnatural.
  • animal welfare — the protection of the health and well-being of animals
  • antenatal care — the medical care that women receive when they are pregnant
  • anthroposphere — noosphere.
  • aquatic centre — a complex with facilities for water sports, including swimming pools
  • arborsculpture — The art and craft technique of growing and shaping tree trunks.
  • atomic warfare — war in which nuclear weapons are used
  • audience share — the percentage of households with television sets in use or tuned to a particular station during a specific period of time.
  • back to nature — If you want to get back to nature, you want to return to a simpler way of living.
  • barrack square — an open area near a military barracks where drills are performed
  • beauty culture — the skill or occupation of a beautician
  • beta structure — a secondary structure occurring in many proteins, consisting of several polypeptide chains running in parallel or alternating directions and joined by intermolecular hydrogen bonds, creating a flexible, strong arrangement.
  • beyond compare — If you describe something as beyond compare, you mean that it is extremely good or extremely great.
  • beyond measure — If you say that something has changed or that it has affected you beyond measure, you are emphasizing that it has done this to a great extent.
  • bishop's mitre — a European heteropterous bug, Aelia acuminata, whose larvae are a pest of cereal grasses: family Pentatomidae
  • blood pressure — the pressure exerted by the blood on the inner walls of the arteries, being relative to the elasticity and diameter of the vessels and the force of the heartbeat
  • bone structure — the skeletal composition of a human or animal
  • bound moisture — Bound moisture is liquid in a solid, which exerts a vapor pressure that is less than the pure liquid would do at the same temperature.
  • bradford score — a measure of the amount of time during which an employee is absent from work, based on assigning a number of points according to the frequency and length of absences
  • brecknockshire — a historic county in S Wales, now part of Powys, Gwent, and Mid Glamorgan.
  • british empire — (formerly) the United Kingdom and the territories under its control, which reached its greatest extent at the end of World War I when it embraced over a quarter of the world's population and more than a quarter of the world's land surface
  • call of nature — Some people talk about a call of nature when referring politely to the need to go to the toilet.
  • cambridgeshire — a county of E England, in East Anglia: includes the former counties of the Isle of Ely and Huntingdon and lies largely in the Fens: Peterborough became an independent unitary authority in 1998. Administrative centre: Cambridge. Pop (excluding Peterborough): 571 000 (2003 est). Area (excluding Peterborough): 3068 sq km (184 sq miles)
  • carbon capture — the capture of atmospheric carbon dioxide, esp as a technique to prevent climate change
  • carnarvonshire — Caernarvon.
  • chinese empire — China as ruled by the emperors until the establishment of the republic in 1911–12
  • chladni figure — a pattern formed by fine powder placed on a vibrating surface, used to display the positions of nodes and antinodes
  • close juncture — continuity in the articulation of two successive sounds, as in the normal transition between sounds within a word; absence of juncture (opposed to open juncture). Compare juncture (def 7), open juncture, terminal juncture.
  • commissionaire — a uniformed doorman at a hotel, theatre, etc
  • common measure — the usual stanza form of a ballad, consisting of four iambic lines rhyming a b c b or a b a b
  • community care — help available to persons living in their own homes, rather than services provided in residential institutions
  • concessionaire — A concessionaire is a person or company that has the right to sell a product or to run a business, especially in a building belonging to another business.
  • contemperature — the action of mixing together harmoniously or proportionately
  • coronal suture — the serrated line across the skull between the frontal bone and the parietal bones
  • counterculture — Counterculture is a set of values, ideas, and ways of behaving that are completely different from those of the rest of society.
  • countermeasure — A countermeasure is an action that you take in order to weaken the effect of another action or a situation, or to make it harmless.
  • coup de foudre — a sudden and amazing action or event
  • coup de maitre — a masterstroke; stroke of genius
  • cranial suture — a type of immovable joint between the bones of the skull
  • cross software — Software developed on one kind of computer for use on another (usually because the other computer does not have itself adequate facilities for software development).
  • cross-ply tire — bias-ply tire.
  • data structure — an organized form, such as an array list or string, in which connected data items are held in a computer
  • daycare centre — an establishment offering daycare to preschool children, enabling their parents to work full time or have extended relief if child care is a problem
  • deep structure — a representation of a sentence at a level where logical or grammatical relations are made explicit, before transformational rules have been applied
  • deferred share — a share of stock on which a dividend is not paid until some fixed date or until some conditional event.
  • desert culture — the nomadic hunting, fishing, and gathering preagricultural post-Pleistocene phase in the American West, characterized by an efficient exploitation of varied natural resources that was continued by Amerindian cultures into historic times.
  • devil-may-care — If you say that someone has a devil-may-care attitude, you mean that they seem relaxed and do not seem worried about the consequences of their actions.
  • dinner theatre — a form of entertainment at which a play is performed while the audience is served dinner
  • discount store — Also called discount store. a store that sells much of its merchandise at a price below the usual price.

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