17-letter words that end in th

  • a charter for sth — If you describe a decision or policy as a charter for someone or something you disapprove of, you mean that it is likely to help or encourage them.
  • anomalistic month — the interval between two successive passages of the moon through perigee; 27.55455 days
  • baile atha cliath — Dublin
  • baile-atha-cliath — Gaelic Baile Àtha Cliath. a seaport in and the capital of the Republic of Ireland, in the E part, on the Irish Sea.
  • bursting strength — the capacity of a thing or substance to resist change when under pressure.
  • catch one's death — to contract a severe cold
  • china grass cloth — grass cloth.
  • death's-head moth — a European hawk moth, Acherontia atropos, having markings resembling a human skull on its upper thorax
  • down-in-the-mouth — glum
  • dressed up as sth — portrayed as
  • eat flaming death — (humour, abuse)   A construction popularised among hackers by the infamous CPU Wars comic; supposedly derive from a famously turgid line in a WWII-era anti-Nazi propaganda comic that ran "Eat flaming death, non-Aryan mongrels!" or something of the sort (however, it is also reported that the Firesign Theater's 1975 album "In The Next World, You're On Your Own" included the phrase "Eat flaming death, fascist media pigs"; this may have been an influence). Used in humorously overblown expressions of hostility. "Eat flaming death, EBCDIC users!"
  • electric strength — the maximum voltage sustainable by an insulating material, after which it loses its insulating properties
  • ends of the earth — remote regions
  • first call on sth — If you have first call on something, you will be asked before anyone else whether you want to buy or use it.
  • foam at the mouth — a collection of minute bubbles formed on the surface of a liquid by agitation, fermentation, etc.: foam on a glass of beer.
  • fountain of youth — a fabled spring whose waters were supposed to restore health and youth, sought in the Bahamas and Florida by Ponce de León, Narváez, De Soto, and others.
  • get into bed with — a piece of furniture upon which or within which a person sleeps, rests, or stays when not well.
  • gnash one's teeth — If you say that someone is gnashing their teeth, you mean they are angry or frustrated about something.
  • hold one's breath — If you say that someone is holding their breath, you mean that they are waiting anxiously or excitedly for something to happen.
  • hung up on sb/sth — obsessively or exclusively interested in
  • john wilkes booth — Ballington [bal-ing-tuh n] /ˈbæl ɪŋ tən/ (Show IPA), 1859–1940, founder of the Volunteers of America 1896 (son of William Booth).
  • kick in the teeth — If you describe an event as a kick in the teeth, you are emphasizing that it is very disappointing and upsetting.
  • life and/or death — If you say that something is a matter of life and death, you are emphasizing that it is extremely important, often because someone may die or suffer great harm if people do not act immediately.
  • long in the tooth — (in most vertebrates) one of the hard bodies or processes usually attached in a row to each jaw, serving for the prehension and mastication of food, as weapons of attack or defense, etc., and in mammals typically composed chiefly of dentin surrounding a sensitive pulp and covered on the crown with enamel.
  • make light of sth — If you make light of something, you treat it as though it is not serious or important, when in fact it is.
  • make sense of sth — When you make sense of something, you succeed in understanding it.
  • merchant of death — a company, nation, or person that sells military arms on the international market, usually to the highest bidder and without scruple or regard for political ramifications.
  • month after month — every month
  • not one to do sth — If you say that someone is not one to do something, you think that it is very unlikely that they would do it because it is not their normal behaviour.
  • pebbleweave cloth — an irregularly textured material made from twisted yarn
  • put a stop to sth — If you put a stop to something that you do not like or approve of, you prevent it from happening or continuing.
  • salt of the earth — an individual or group considered as representative of the best or noblest elements of society.
  • save one's breath — the air inhaled and exhaled in respiration.
  • skin of our teeth — a play (1942) by Thornton Wilder.
  • the depths of sth — the deepest, most intense, or most severe part
  • the horse's mouth — the most reliable source
  • the primrose path — a pleasurable way of life
  • tower of strength — a building or structure high in proportion to its lateral dimensions, either isolated or forming part of a building.
  • ultimate strength — the quantity of the utmost tensile, compressive, or shearing stress that a given unit area of a certain material is expected to bear without failing.
  • utmost good faith — a principle used in insurance contracts, legally obliging all parties to reveal to the others any information that might influence the others' decision to enter into the contract
  • with bated breath — to moderate or restrain: unable to bate our enthusiasm.

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