15 letter words ending in ment

Affranchisement (n.) The act of making free; enfranchisement.

Antepredicament (n.) A prerequisite to a clear understanding of the predicaments and categories, such as definitions of common terms.

Coestablishment (n.) Joint establishment.

Countermovement () A movement in opposition to another.

Disentanglement (n.) The act of disentangling or clearing from difficulties.

Disenthrallment (n.) Liberation from bondage; emancipation; disinthrallment.

Disillusionment (n.) The act of freeing from an illusion, or the state of being freed therefrom.

Disinteressment (n.) Disinterestedness; impartiality; fairness.

Disinthrallment (n.) A releasing from thralldom or slavery; disenthrallment.

Distinguishment (n.) Observation of difference; distinction.

Eclaircissement (v. t.) The clearing up of anything which is obscure or not easily understood; an explanation.

Enfranchisement (n.) Releasing from slavery or custody.

Enfranchisement (n.) Admission to the freedom of a corporation or body politic; investiture with the privileges of free citizens.

Foreappointment (n.) Previous appointment; preordinantion.

Interchangement (n.) Mutual transfer; exchange.

Irreconcilement (n.) The state or quality of being unreconciled; disagreement.

Portland cement () A cement having the color of the Portland stone of England, made by calcining an artificial mixture of carbonate of lime and clay, or sometimes certain natural limestones or chalky clays. It contains a large proportion of clay, and hardens under water.

Reapportionment (n.) A second or a new apportionment.

Reestablishment (n.) The act reestablishing; the state of being reestablished.

Self-devotement (n.) Self-devotion.

Self-government (n.) The act of governing one's self, or the state of being governed by one's self; self-control; self-command.

Self-government (n.) Hence, government of a community, state, or nation by the joint action of the mass of people constituting such a civil body; also, the state of being so governed; democratic government; democracy.

Superinducement (n.) Superinduction.

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Mark McCracken

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".

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