17 letter words ending in al

Autoschediastical (a.) Extemporary; offhand.

Brigadier general () An officer in rank next above a colonel, and below a major general. He commands a brigade, and is sometimes called, by a shortening of his title, simple a brigadier.

Chronogrammatical (a.) Belonging to a chronogram, or containing one.

Electro-dynamical (a.) Pertaining to the movements or force of electric or galvanic currents; dependent on electric force.

Extraprofessional (a.) Foreign to a profession; not within the ordinary limits of professional duty or business.

Fibrochondrosteal (a.) Partly fibrous, partly cartilaginous, and partly osseous.

Iatromathematical (a.) Of or pertaining to iatromathematicians or their doctrine.

Paleontographical (a.) Of or pertaining to the description of fossil remains.

Pharyngobranchial (a.) Of or pertaining to the pharynx and the branchiae; -- applied especially to the dorsal elements in the branchial arches of fishes. See Pharyngeal.

Pharyngobranchial (n.) A pharyngobranchial, or upper pharyngeal, bone or cartilage.

Pharyngolaryngeal (a.) Of or pertaining both to pharynx and the larynx.

Phytogeographical (a.) Of or pertaining to phytogeography.

Pleuropericardial (a.) Of or pertaining to the pleura and pericardium.

Pseuso-peripteral (a.) Falsely or imperfectly peripteral, as a temple having the columns at the sides attached to the walls, and an ambulatory only at the ends or only at one end.

Pseuso-peripteral (n.) A pseudo-peripteral temple.

Quadri-syllabical () Having four syllables; of or pertaining to quadrisyllables; as, a quadrisyllabic word.

Solicitor-general (n.) The second law officer in the government of Great Britain; also, a similar officer under the United States government, who is associated with the attorney-general; also, the chief law officer of some of the States.

Superintellectual (a.) Being above intellect.

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