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word puzzle

1What 15-letter word contains the letter 'E' five times and no other vowels?

2 What is the longest word in English that does not have any letters more than once in it?
bearing

*looks blank*

**runs away**
Grind

1) Dunno about fifteen and five, but weekender and remembered both have four.

Ooh, ooh! Effervescence ha sfive, but isn't long enough.

2) Absofrickin' no idea!
fartcatcher

evergreener

i just made it up
bearing

You need to make up four more letters FC.
Forest

Refereeded ? Its not 15 letters is it.

*keeps thinking*
bearing

I'd got defenceless too, but still short.
grunt

bearing wrote:
I'd got defenceless too, but still short.


What about defencelessness?
bearing

grunt wrote:
bearing wrote:
I'd got defenceless too, but still short.


What about defencelessness?


Is that a real word?
grunt

bearing wrote:
grunt wrote:
bearing wrote:
I'd got defenceless too, but still short.


What about defencelessness?


Is that a real word?


Absofuckinglutely! I have my own book section remember.
Fin

grunt wrote:
bearing wrote:
I'd got defenceless too, but still short.


What about defencelessness?

Correct,well done grunt no one else got close
bearing

Fin wrote:
grunt wrote:
bearing wrote:
I'd got defenceless too, but still short.


What about defencelessness?

Correct,well done grunt no one else got close


Tank Girl

yeah well he would know all about lacking a defence when it comes to his book club innit.
Fin

2 Uncopyrightable  is the longest word where no letter appears more than once
Plastic Man

Fin wrote:
2 Uncopyrightable  is the longest word where no letter appears more than once


And now over to EoO VII in dictionary corner...

Err yes, thank you Jeff. Sorry I was rather distracted by what I can only assume is Rachel's body painting. It can't possibly be a dress as it would have to be so tight that there wouldn't be enough of a gap for a layer of sweat.

Anyway, the alluring-in-a-strange-sort-of-way-Suzy has spotted that there's also dermatoglyphics for 15 letters. Apparently its the patterns  of loops, arches and whorls  on the skin  of the fingers and feet and also the study of such patterns.

No, I didn't know that either.

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