15 letter words ending in ic

Anthropocentric (a.) Assuming man as the center or ultimate end; -- applied to theories of the universe or of any part of it, as the solar system.

Anthropomorphic (a.) Of or pertaining to anthropomorphism.

Antihemorrhagic (a.) Tending to stop hemorrhage.

Antihemorrhagic (n.) A remedy for hemorrhage.

Antihydrophobic (a.) Counteracting or preventing hydrophobia.

Antihydrophobic (n.) A remedy for hydrophobia.

Antiperistaltic (a.) Opposed to, or checking motion; acting upward; -- applied to an inverted action of the intestinal tube.

Autoschediastic (a.) Alt. of Autoschediastical

Boustrophedonic (a.) Relating to the boustrophedon made of writing.

Catelectrotonic (a.) Relating to, or characterized by, catelectrotonus.

Chronogrammatic (a.) Alt. of Chronogrammatical

Dolichocephalic (a.) Alt. of Dolichocephalous

Dynamo-electric (a.) Pertaining to the development of electricity, especially electrical currents, by power; producing electricity or electrical currents by mechanical power.

Electro-dynamic (a.) Alt. of Electro-dynamical

Electro-kinetic (a.) Of or pertaining to electro-kinetics.

Emeto-cathartic (a.) Producing vomiting and purging at the same time.

Epistolographic (a.) Pertaining to the writing of letters; used in writing letters; epistolary.

Gastropneumatic (a.) Pertaining to the alimentary canal and air passages, and to the cavities connected with them; as, the gastropneumatic mucuos membranes.

Haematinometric (a.) Same as Hematinometric.

Hendecasyllabic (a.) Pertaining to a

Hypercatalectic (a.) Having a syllable or two beyond measure; as, a hypercatalectic verse.

Impressionistic (a.) Pertaining to, or characterized by, impressionism.

Individualistic (a.) Of or pertaining to the individual or individualism.

Interganglionic (a.) Between and uniting the nervous ganglions; as, interganglionic cords.

Intermesenteric (a.) Within the mesentery; as, the intermesenteric, or aortic, plexus.

Isobathythermic (a.) Of or pertaining to an isobathytherm; possessing or indicating the same temperature at the same depth.

Isosulphocyanic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, an acid, HNCS, isomeric with sulphocyanic acid.

Isothermobathic (a.) Of or pertaining to an isothermobath; possessing or indicating equal temperatures in a vertical section, as of the ocean.

Knight-er-ratic (a.) Pertaining to a knight-errant or to knight-errantry.

Leucophlegmatic (a.) Having a dropsical habit of body, with a white bloated skin.

Lithophosphoric (a.) Pertaining to lithophosphor; becoming phosphoric by heat.

Omphalomesaraic (a.) Omphalomesenteric.

Parelectronomic (a.) Of or relating to parelectronomy; as, the parelectronomic part of a muscle.

Parthenogenetic (a.) Of, pertaining to, or produced by, parthenogenesis; as, parthenogenetic forms.

Persulphocyanic (a.) Pertaining to, or designating, a yellow crystal

Philomathematic (n.) A philomath.

Physiognommonic (a.) Physiognomic.

Pseudepigraphic (a.) Alt. of Pseudepigraphic

Pseudepigraphic (a.) Of or pertaining to pseudepigraphy.

Pseudo-metallic (a.) Falsely or imperfectly metallic; -- said of a kind of luster, as in minerals.

Pseudo-romantic (a.) Falsely romantic.

Pyrotritartaric (a.) Designating an acid which is more commonly called uric acid.

Resino-electric (a.) Containing or exhibiting resinous electricity.

Spermatogenetic (a.) Relating to, or connected with, spermatogenesis; as, spermatogenetic function.

Squamozygomatic (a.) Of or pertaining to both the squamosal and zygomatic bones; -- applied to a bone, or a center of ossification, in some fetal skulls.

Squamozygomatic (n.) A squamozygomatic bone.

Theophilosophic (a.) Combining theism and philosophy, or pertaining to the combination of theism and philosophy.

Thermosystaltic (a.) Influenced in its contraction by heat or cold; -- said of a muscle.

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Mark McCracken

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