16-letter words that end in re

  • a la bonne heure — at the right moment.
  • acoustic feature — any of the acoustic components or elements present in a speech sound and capable of being experimentally observed, recorded, and reproduced
  • agreed procedure — an official set of guidelines of the steps that should be followed in the event of a dispute between two parties, esp in arbitration between employee and employer
  • apollo belvedere — a Roman marble statue, possibly a copy of a Greek original of the 4th–1st centuries b.c.
  • armillary sphere — a model of the celestial sphere consisting of rings representing the relative positions of the celestial equator, ecliptic, etc, used by early astronomers for determining the positions of stars
  • at one's leisure — when one has free time
  • atomic structure — the concept of an atom as a central positively charged nucleus consisting of protons and neutrons surrounded by a number of electrons. The number of electrons is equal to the number of protons: the whole entity is thus electrically neutral
  • authority figure — a person whose real or apparent authority over others inspires or demands obedience and emulation: Parents, teachers, and police officers are traditional authority figures for children.
  • baluster measure — an antique liquid measure usually made of pewter, having a concave top on a convex base.
  • belted-bias tire — a motor-vehicle tire of the same construction as a bias-ply tire but with an added belt of steel or a strong synthetic material under the tread.
  • bias-belted tire — belted-bias tire.
  • bon gre, mal gre — whether willing or not; willy-nilly.
  • bordeaux mixture — a fungicide consisting of a solution of equal quantities of copper sulphate and quicklime
  • brompton mixture — a mixture of narcotics, tranquilizers, and alcohol, used to kill pain for terminally ill patients
  • bundled software — software sold as part of a package with computers or other hardware or software
  • byzantine empire — the continuation of the Roman Empire in the East, esp after the deposition of the last emperor in Rome (476 ad). It was finally extinguished by the fall of Constantinople, its capital, in 1453
  • cayenne software — (company)   The company formed when CADRE merged with Bachman Information Systems in July 1996.
  • celestial empire — Chinese Empire
  • celestial sphere — an imaginary sphere of infinitely large radius enclosing the universe so that all celestial bodies appear to be projected onto its surface
  • chemical warfare — warfare in which chemicals other than explosives are used as weapons, esp warfare using asphyxiating or nerve gases, poisons, defoliants, etc
  • circular measure — the measurement of an angle in radians
  • clackmannanshire — a council area and historical county of central Scotland; became part of the Central region in 1975 but reinstated as an independent unitary authority in 1996; mainly agricultural. Administrative centre: Alloa. Pop: 47 680 (2003 est). Area: 142 sq km (55 sq miles)
  • colles' fracture — a fracture of the radius just above the wrist, with backward and outward displacement of the hand
  • community centre — A community centre is a place that is specially provided for the people, groups, and organizations in a particular area, where they can go in order to meet one another and do things.
  • cordon sanitaire — a guarded line serving to cut off an infected area
  • countersignature — second signature
  • creature feature — a horror film featuring a monster
  • cytoarchitecture — (biology) The arrangement of cells in an organism or organ.
  • department store — A department store is a large shop which sells many different kinds of goods.
  • detention centre — A detention centre is a sort of prison, for example a place where people who have entered a country illegally are kept while a decision is made about what to do with them.
  • domiciliary care — services, such as meals-on-wheels, health visiting, and home help, provided by a welfare agency for people in their own homes
  • double solitaire — a game of solitaire for two persons, each player usually having a pack and layout but pooling foundations with the opponent.
  • down to the wire — a slender, stringlike piece or filament of relatively rigid or flexible metal, usually circular in section, manufactured in a great variety of diameters and metals depending on its application.
  • electron capture — the transformation of an atomic nucleus in which an electron from the atom is spontaneously absorbed into the nucleus. A proton is changed into a neutron, thereby reducing the atomic number by 1. A neutrino is emitted. The process may be detected by the consequent emission of the characteristic X-rays of the resultant element
  • emergency centre — a building used, often temporarily, to coordinate the response to an emergency and to deal with some of the problems that arise during the emergency
  • error of closure — the amount by which a computed, plotted, or observed quantity or position differs from the true or established one, esp when plotting a closed traverse
  • fandango on core — (jargon, programming)   (Unix/C, from the Mexican dance) In C, a wild pointer that runs out of bounds, causing a core dump, or corrupts the malloc arena in such a way as to cause mysterious failures later on, is sometimes said to have "done a fandango on core". On low-end personal machines without an MMU, this can corrupt the operating system itself, causing massive lossage. Other frenetic dances such as the rhumba, cha-cha, or watusi, may be substituted. See aliasing bug, precedence lossage, smash the stack, memory leak, memory smash, overrun screw, core.
  • feature creature — [Possibly from slang "creature feature" for a horror movie] 1. One who loves to add features to designs or programs, perhaps at the expense of coherence, concision or taste. 2. Alternately, a mythical being that induces otherwise rational programmers to perpetrate such crocks. See also feeping creaturism, creeping featurism.
  • feeping creature — [feeping creaturism] An unnecessary feature; a bit of chrome that, in the speaker's judgment, is the camel's nose for a whole horde of new features.
  • femme de chambre — a chambermaid
  • for good measure — a unit or standard of measurement: weights and measures.
  • freezing mixture — a mixture of two substances, usually salt and ice, to give a temperature below 0°C
  • gold-of-pleasure — a yellow-flowered Eurasian plant, Camelina sativa, widespread as a weed, esp in flax fields, and formerly cultivated for its oil-rich seeds: family Brassicaceae (crucifers)
  • has the x nature — (From Zen Buddhist koans of the form "Does an X have the Buddha-nature?") Common hacker construction for "is an X", used for humorous emphasis. "Anyone who can't even use a program with on-screen help embedded in it truly has the loser nature!" See also the X that can be Y is not the true X.
  • haymarket square — a square in Chicago: scene of a riot (Haymarket Riot) in 1886 between police and labor unionists.
  • hourglass figure — the shape of a woman who is well-proportioned and has a small waist
  • impact structure — a large geologic formation, as a crater, created by a comet's or meteor's collision with a planet.
  • in large measure — If something is true in some measure or in large measure, it is partly or mostly true.
  • joachim of fiore — ?1132–1202 ad, Italian mystic and philosopher, best known for teaching that history can be divided into three ages, those of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost
  • jude the obscure — a novel (1895) by Thomas Hardy.

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