A thing that is composed of two or more separate elements; a mixture
An open area enclosed by a fence, for example around a factory or large house or within a prison
a compound of two elements
A substance which consists of or can be broken down into simpler substances; especially a chemical compound.
The meta isomer of a series of disubstituted benzene derivatives.
A compound made up of two or more nouns.
An eye consisting of an array of numerous small visual units, as found in insects and crustaceans
A leaf consisting of several or many distinct parts (leaflets) joined to a single stem
A noun made up of two or more existing words, e.g. cat food or playgroup
Musical rhythm or metre in which each beat in a bar is subdivided into three smaller units, so having the value of a dotted note
A word made up of two or more existing words separated by a space, e.g. school bus, life jacket, mobile phone
Of or designating a time or rhythm having two beats, each subdivided into three, in a bar.
An organic compound containing a nitro group.
An organometallic compound.
A word that is made up of two or more existing words and contains no spaces or hyphens, e.g. football, birthday, blackboard
A quantity expressed in terms of more than one unit or denomination, such as 5 feet 7 inches or 2 pounds 3 ounces
An organic compound containing two nitrogen atoms bonded together, especially a diazonium compound
A compound that functions as an adjective.
A fraction in which either the numerator or the denominator, or both, contain one or more fractions. Also called complex fraction
An injury in which a broken bone pierces the skin, causing a risk of infection
An interval greater than an octave
A sentence with more than one subject or predicate
A compound consisting of or containing a quaternary salt, especially a quaternary ammonium compound.
A compound consisting of a repeated word.
A compound containing coordinate bonds, typically between a central metal atom and a number of other atoms or groups
A sentence having two or more coordinate independent clauses and one or more dependent clauses
A substance formed from two or more elements chemically united in fixed proportions
Any of a class of compounds consisting of a methylene chain with a trimethylammonium group, (CH3)3N+, at each end, some of which are used as ganglionic blocking agents; a salt of such a compound. Chiefly attributive, especially in methonium compound.