13 letter words ending in ment
Acclimatement (n.) Acclimation.
Accompaniment (n.) That which accompanies; something that attends as a circumstance, or which is added to give greater completeness to the principal thing, or by way of ornament, or for the sake of symmetry.
Accompaniment (n.) A part performed by instruments, accompanying another part or parts performed by voices; the subordinate part, or parts, accompanying the voice or a principal instrument; also, the harmony of a figured bass.
Advertisement (n.) The act of informing or notifying; notification.
Advertisement (n.) Admonition; advice; warning.
Advertisement (n.) A public notice, especially a paid notice in some public print; anything that advertises; as, a newspaper containing many advertisements.
Affreightment (n.) The act of hiring, or the contract for the use of, a vessel, or some part of it, to convey cargo.
Appertainment (n.) That which appertains to a person; an appurtenance.
Apportionment (n.) The act of apportioning; a dividing into just proportions or shares; a division or shares; a division and assignment, to each proprietor, of his just portion of an undivided right or property.
Appropriament (n.) What is peculiarly one's own; peculiar qualification.
Ascertainment (n.) The act of ascertaining; a reducing to certainty; a finding out by investigation; discovery.
Attemperament (n.) A tempering, or mixing in due proportion.
Degarnishment (n.) The act of depriving, as of furniture, apparatus, or a garrison.
Disembarkment (n.) Disembarkation.
Disembodiment (n.) The act of disembodying, or the state of being disembodied.
Disemployment (n.) The state of being disemployed, or deprived of employment.
Disengagement (n.) The act of disengaging or setting free, or the state of being disengaged.
Disengagement (n.) Freedom from engrossing occupation; leisure.
Disfigurement (n.) Act of disfiguring, or state of being disfigured; deformity.
Disfigurement (n.) That which disfigures; a defacement; a blot.
Dismemberment (n.) The act of dismembering, or the state of being dismembered; cutting in piece; m/tilation; division; separation.
Disobligement (n.) Release from obligation.
Disparagement (n.) Matching any one in marriage under his or her degree; injurious union with something of inferior excellence; a lowering in rank or estimation.
Disparagement (n.) Injurious comparison with an inferior; a depreciating or dishonoring opinion or insinuation; diminution of value; dishonor; indignity; reproach; disgrace; detraction; -- commonly with to.
Dissettlement (n.) The act of unsettling, or the state of being unsettled.
Distemperment (n.) Distempered state; distemperature.
Divertisement (n.) Diversion; amusement; recreation.
Embarrassment (n.) A state of being embarrassed; perplexity; impediment to freedom of action; entanglement; hindrance; confusion or discomposure of mind, as from not knowing what to do or to say; disconcertedness.
Embarrassment (n.) Difficulty or perplexity arising from the want of money to pay debts.
Embellishment (n.) The act of adorning, or the state of being adorned; adornment.
Embellishment (n.) That which adds beauty or elegance; ornament; decoration; as, pictorial embellishments.
Embreathement (n.) The act of breathing in; inspiration.
Encompassment (n.) The act of surrounding, or the state of being surrounded; circumvention.
Encouragement (n.) The act of encouraging; incitement to action or to practice; as, the encouragement of youth in generosity.
Encouragement (n.) That which serves to incite, support, promote, or advance, as favor, countenance, reward, etc.; incentive; increase of confidence; as, the fine arts find little encouragement among a rude people.
Enlightenment (n.) Act of enlightening, or the state of being enlightened or instructed.
Entertainment (n.) The act of receiving as host, or of amusing, admitting, or cherishing; hospitable reception; also, reception or treatment, in general.
Entertainment (n.) Admission into service; service.
Entertainment (n.) Payment of soldiers or servants; wages.
Establishment (n.) The act of establishing; a ratifying or ordaining; settlement; confirmation.
Establishment (n.) The state of being established, founded, and the like; fixed state.
Franchisement (n.) Release; deliverance; freedom.
Imprison ment (n.) The act of imprisoning, or the state of being imprisoned; confinement; restraint.
Incommodement (n.) The act of incommoded.
Interlacement (n.) The act of interlacing, or the state of being interlaced; also, that which is interlaced.
Introducement (n.) Introduction.
Maladjustment (n.) A bad adjustment.
Misadjustment (n.) Wrong adjustment; unsuitable arrangement.
Misemployment (n.) Wrong or mistaken employment.
Misgovernment (n.) Bad government; want of government.
Mismanagement (n.) Wrong or bad management; as, he failed through mismagement.
Overstatement (n.) An exaggerated statement or account.
Oxygenizement (n.) Oxidation.
Partitionment (n.) The act of partitioning.
Preadjustment (n.) Previous adjustment.
Preengagement (n.) Prior engagement, obligation, or attachment, as by contract, promise, or affection.
Prefigurement (n.) The act of prefiguring; prefiguration; also, that which is prefigured.
Premonishment (n.) Previous warning or admonition; forewarning.
Pronouncement (n.) The act of pronouncing; a declaration; a formal announcement.
Readjournment (n.) The act of readjourning; a second or repeated adjournment.
Reappointment (n.) The act of reappointing, or the state of being reappointed.
Rearrangement (n.) The act of rearranging, or the state of being rearranged.
Recompilement (n.) The act of recompiling; new compilation or digest; as, a recompilement of the laws.
Reconcilement (n.) Reconciliation.
Reenforcement (n.) The act of reenforcing, or the state of being reenforced.
Reenforcement (n.) That which reenforces; additional force; especially, additional troops or force to augment the strength of any army, or ships to strengthen a navy or fleet.
Refashionment (n.) The act of refashioning, or the state of being refashioned.
Refurnishment (n.) The act of refurnishing, or state of being refurnished.
Reimbursement (n.) The act reimbursing.
Reinforcement (n.) See Reenforcement.
Reinstallment (n.) A renewed installment.
Reinstatement (n.) The act of reinstating; the state of being reinstated; re/stablishment.
Replenishment (n.) The act of replenishing, or the state of being replenished.
Replenishment (n.) That which replenishes; supply.
Representment (n.) Representation.
Subdepartment (n.) A subordinate department; a bureau. See the Note under Bureau.
Surchargement (n.) The act of surcharging; also, surcharge, surplus.
Transportment (n.) The act of transporting, or the state of being transported; transportation.
Transshipment (n.) The act of transshipping, or transferring, as goods, from one ship or conveyance to another.
Unconcernment (n.) The state of being unconcerned, or of having no share or concern; unconcernedness.
Under-garment (n.) A garment worn below another.
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Author: Mark McCracken is a corporate trainer and author living in Higashi Osaka, Japan. He is the author of thousands of online articles as well as the Business English textbook, "25 Business Skills in English".