11-letter words starting with a

  • a bad patch — a difficult or troubled time
  • a bad penny — an objectionable person or thing (esp in the phrase turn up like a bad penny)
  • a bit thick — unfair or excessive
  • a capriccio — at (one's) pleasure; at whatever tempo and with whatever expression the performer likes
  • a class act — If you say that someone such as a sports player or a performer is a class act, you mean that they are very good at what they do.
  • a couple of — a combination of two; a pair of
  • a cut above — If you say that someone or something is a cut above other people or things of the same kind, you mean they are better than them.
  • a dead loss — If you say that someone or something is a dead loss, you have a low opinion of them because you think they are completely useless or unsuccessful.
  • a degree of — If something has a degree of a particular quality, it has a small but significant amount of that quality.
  • a dog's age — a long time
  • a fast buck — easily gained money
  • a free hand — freedom to do as desired
  • a free ride — If you describe something as a free ride, you mean that things are going to be very easy and that people will take advantage of this.
  • a good deal — bargain
  • a good many — a relatively large number (of persons or things)
  • a good turn — If you do someone a good turn, you do something that helps or benefits them.
  • a good word — a favorable comment, or commendation
  • a high hand — an oppressive or dictatorial manner
  • a l'abandon — carelessly; recklessly.
  • a la vapeur — steamed.
  • a long face — If you have a long face, you look very unhappy or serious.
  • a long shot — If you describe something as a long shot, you mean that it is unlikely to succeed, but is worth trying.
  • a man's man — If you describe a man as a man's man, you mean that he has qualities which make him popular with other men rather than with women.
  • a number of — an unspecified number of; several or many
  • a thick ear — a blow on the ear delivered as punishment, in anger, etc
  • a tough nut — If you think someone is difficult to deal with, you can say they are a tough nut or a hard nut.
  • a/b testing — Digital Technology. a comparison of two or more versions of a web page or app in simultaneous use to assess which is the optimized version for achieving a specified design goal or performance metric.
  • a1 security — Orange Book
  • a20 handler — (software, storage)   IBM PC memory manager software providing HMA. XMMs usually provide this functionality. Named after the 21st address line (A20), controlling the access to HMA.
  • aaron's rod — the rod used by Aaron in performing a variety of miracles in Egypt. It later blossomed and produced almonds (Numbers 17)
  • abacination — The act of abacinating, of blinding with the light from hot metal.
  • abandonedly — in an unrestrained manner
  • abandonment — The abandonment of a place, thing, or person is the act of leaving it permanently or for a long time, especially when you should not do so.
  • abandonness — The state, quality, or condition of abandon; abandonment.
  • abandonware — computer software which is no longer sold or supported by its publisher
  • abashedness — (rare) The state of being abashed; abashment. (Mid 16th century.).
  • abastardize — (transitive, obsolete) To stigmatize as a bastard; debase. (Attested from the late 16th century until the late 17th century.).
  • abbe number — the reciprocal of the dispersive power of a substance.
  • abbevillian — the period represented by Lower Palaeolithic European sites containing the earliest hand axes, dating from the Mindel glaciation
  • abbreviated — made into a shorter form
  • abbreviates — Third-person singular simple present indicative form of abbreviate.
  • abbreviator — to shorten (a word or phrase) by omitting letters, substituting shorter forms, etc., so that the shortened form can represent the whole word or phrase, as ft. for foot, ab. for about, R.I. for Rhode Island, NW for Northwest, or Xn for Christian.
  • abd-el krim — 1881?–1963, Moroccan chief: leader of the Riff revolts 1921, 1924.
  • abd-el-krim — 1882–1963, Moroccan chief who led revolts against Spain and France, surrendered before their combined forces in 1926, but later formed the North African independence movement
  • abderhalden — Emil [ey-meel] /ˈeɪ mil/ (Show IPA), 1877–1950, Swiss chemist and physiologist.
  • abdominally — of, in, on, or for the abdomen: abdominal wall; abdominal pains.
  • abdullah ii — born 1962, King of Jordan from 1999, son of King Hussein
  • abecedarian — a person who is learning the alphabet or the rudiments of a subject
  • abecedarium — a primer, especially for teaching the alphabet.
  • abercrombie — Sir (Leslie) Patrick. 1879–1957, British town planner and architect, best known for The County of London Plan (1943) and The Greater London Plan (1944)

On this page, we collect all 11-letter words starting with letter A. It’s easy to find right word with a certain length. It is the easiest way to find 11-letter word that beginning with A to use in Scrabble or Crossword puzzles.

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