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Posers and Puzzles

Posers and Puzzles

  1. 21 Apr '06 20:38
    What is the one syllable word that you can think of? I have a 9 letter word so far.
  2. 21 Apr '06 20:40
    i mean longest one syllable word
  3. 21 Apr '06 21:02
    Originally posted by htownballer
    What is the one syllable word that you can think of? I have a 9 letter word so far.
    i mean longest one syllable word
    In any language?
  4. 21 Apr '06 21:16
    english
  5. Standard member Bowmann
    Non-Subscriber
    21 Apr '06 22:13
    10 letters.
  6. 21 Apr '06 22:29
    what was yours
  7. 21 Apr '06 23:23
    scraunched
  8. 21 Apr '06 23:54
    you could also do "squirreled"

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_the_longest_English_words_with_one_syllable
  9. Subscriber AThousandYoung
    It's about respect
    22 Apr '06 00:12
    Originally posted by htownballer
    you could also do "squirreled"

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_the_longest_English_words_with_one_syllable
    That is NOT one syllable.
  10. 22 Apr '06 02:14
    depends how you pronounce it, go to the url i put
  11. 22 Apr '06 06:28
    Originally posted by htownballer
    What is the one syllable word that you can think of? I have a 9 letter word so far.
    i mean longest one syllable word


    Originally posted by FabianFnas
    In any language?

    Originally posted by htownballer
    english
    Why a so narrow limitation?
  12. 22 Apr '06 13:05
    fine then, any language
  13. 24 Apr '06 07:54 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by htownballer
    What is the one syllable word that you can think of? I have a 9 letter word so far.
    screeched , scratched, scrounged, scrunched, stretched, and the plural nouns straights and strengths.

    scraughed, scrinched, scritched, scrooched, sprainged, spreathed, throughed, and thrutched.

    all have nine letters

  14. 24 Apr '06 08:13
    how about:

    Is there an eight letter word with five vowels in a row? (in English)
  15. 24 Apr '06 08:32
    Originally posted by FrenchQueen
    how about:

    Is there an eight letter word with five vowels in a row? (in English)
    "Queueing" would fit the bill