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hyalithe Report Abuse
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it's should be HYALITE which is a colorless opal that is clear as glass or sometimes translucent or whitish
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Pretty hard got right for contest
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this is not the hardest word to spell :/
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PRONUNCIATION: HIGHLIGHT
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what kind of word is this, it's very (10x) hard. I didn't hear that word before I just see it now.
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v hard
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hard!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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prettty hard
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pronounciation:hielith
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it is not aspirated
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Definition of HYALITHE : an opaque glass that resembles porcelain and is sometimes used as a gemstone
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How would it have no meaning o.o
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it has no meaning :P
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whats the meaning ?
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I have never even heard of this before
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wow!!
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hahah our school will compete in APRISM 2011(PHILIPPINES) haha and i will be the one who wiull compete for spelling bee competition-highschool level(1st year)
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(Right Pronunciation:HAYALITH) >>>By: Shem
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ennui Report Abuse
pronounced as " an we" which means BOREDOM :)
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GUYS, "ENNUI" IS A FREAKIN' FRENCH WORD!!!!!
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what is so hard I don't know what all of you are saying and what word is very hard
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this word is french
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Ennui is one of many loan-words from the French language. It is used in English, yes, but it is of French origin.
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no the pronouncisation is no an-wee it pronounces by en-wee
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Guys I looked it up in a major dictionary, and it's 100% an English word.
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opo, it really is a French term..
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..opo..it's a french term and is pronounced as "anu-i" ...:D
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the pronunciation sounds weird
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This sounds like emu or something
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like ,..,,.
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The English language adopted French words so the people who said it was French were right. I know cuz i asked my French teacher i am in French I
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i thought that it's pronunciation is ''enuwi'' but it's difficult to spell
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I am 100% sure this is English. Search up on google "ennui define" and according to my computer, it comes up and is officially in the English language
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IT"S A FRENCH WORD!!!LOL
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Dudes, it's English Type it up on google or go to dictionary.com!!
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It's English
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THIS IS FRENCH NOT ENGLISH!!!!!!!!!!!!!! alien face: :::(
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THIS IS SATISFYING
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FRENCH
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dis is so retarted
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SAT word ;o
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LIKE:)
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FRENCH!!
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It's pronounced 'on we.'
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wat a word!
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wow this word is really hard even if it is not that long.
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wooh.. wat an extraordinary word, to my surprise! :D
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like!! :)
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This is a French word!
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very hard
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no. its on we
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can you use it in a sentence?inorder for me to know what it's mean...thanks
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my first tym encountering this word im glad
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bourgeoisie Report Abuse
people from the middle class of something
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very french
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can u make some audio for the spell
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Hahah. it is pronounced as borshwasi.... bor-shwa-si.. simple as that..
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Bor-gwa
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My daughter's name is Bourgeoisie Ennui Fichtstinc.
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borz- wa-zee
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Are you a bourgeoisie?
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this term means the man who is always busy in earnig money...
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"Bourgeoisie" is pronounced as boor-zhwa-zee.
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:p this is hard
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it's pronunciation is ''borshwasi''
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amazing!
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It also appeared in a spelling bee that I once did. Another similar word is 'bourgeois'.
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This will probably come up in a spelling competition, since it is not very long and the meaning isn't that scientific or medical.
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It's very hard to spell. i don't think this would be spelled in a spelling competition right?
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bur-zwa.zee
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what kind of words are these
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`This is the pronunciation of Bourgeoisie ---> bu̇(r)zh-ˌwä-ˈzē
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`I really like this word so much...
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OKAY, THIS IS A REALLY WIERD WORD
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bersowaaa..:))))))
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...how many letters ??
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??? i really don't ind this word hard to spell.huh.
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"bershwa" for bourgeois..
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_ i think it was "bourgeois" ! no E anymore ... i met this word when my teachr let us spell this word:)
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what does it mean..?
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No.it should be pronounce bao-ni-na-yo thats the way !!!/
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This is an awesome song --> You, Me and the Bourgeoisie
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YAh right it is pronounced as ''bershoa'' or bershwa
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so common
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its bure( as in pure)-sh-wah-zee
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No..I think it's more of a Boo(r)-Zhwaa-zee
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No... It's pronounced Boo-Gwa-Zee
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it is pronounced as "bershoa"
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chamois Report Abuse
it is pronounced like "shamee"...
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What word is that nobody can spell that is that even a word?!:)
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Wow
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both are right. shamee as in the cloth sham-moo-ah as in the animal
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THIS WORD SOUNDS FUNKY
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sha-mee as in the cloth, sha-mwah as in the animal
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Its pronounced: Sham-wow!
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shamee..... means a mountain goat in europe
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chamois is pronounced as(not pronunced)sham-wah and sham-mi.
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wew.... i like how you guys pronunce the word......
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yahh..!!it's sounds so easy but so hard to spell..
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oxford says shamwah or shamee
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No as what websters says, it's pronouncedas "sha-mee". not sha-moo-ah
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the right way to say it is: "sha-moo-ah"
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osseocarnisanguineoviscericartilaginonervomedullary Report Abuse
I was about to use the full name the biggest protein or whatever its called, But the source I get it from has dots.
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i feel faint
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if you look at the word properly you can make out othe words.
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This was cut and pasted to a search engine, with plenty of results linking to serious documentation. It's a real word.
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what
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its true
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nonsense
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By the way, these are all real words, and are not nonsense. The both have real meanings.
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I also know about Pnuemonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis. It is a word for a lung disease caused by the inhalation of silica dust.
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what the? :)
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Actually, it is a real word describing the structure of the human body. Osseo = bone, carn = flesh, sanguine = blood, viscera = soft internal organs, cartiligan = cartilage, nervo = the nerves, and medullary = the inner core, or the marrow.
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I have heard of pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis
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What the hell!
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supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
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easily understandable
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the longest word in english dictionary
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cant even pronounce or spell it, this word was created to attract people's attention
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for short ''os'' :D
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iy might be a doctor made that word becayse it is very unique word ...
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have you ever heard this guys? Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcano
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OMG, I'll never be able to spell that
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oh my!! if you tell me the right pronunciation of that!! i will never ever say that!!
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It's a word
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this is nonsense.
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i think it wouldn't be spell in a spelling quiz bee
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I think the real word is longer than what you have shown...
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if it is a word what is the definition?............something like that is a jumbled word///
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this word is very good I LIKE IT !!!!!!
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its not a word, its a sentence!! lol. :P
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Not Even A WORD!!!! WTF!?!?!?!
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So how to proNounce ths word?:-/
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this isn't even a word!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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thats what you call english
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I dont think this is still English. Something must be done, this is too much!
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are you serious?
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not a word
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is this a word or you're just making it up?
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this is a super hard word i can't even spell this!
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i dont think that is a word,..
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some words are combinations of other words, dude. es, this is a word, a technical one. but i don't agree it's hard to spell -- it's just effin' long. it means 'resembling human body'
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Are you sure that is a word
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maybe these words are combination of medical terms I guess... osseos---( which means bone maybe) sanguine--(fluid) visceral cartilage nerve medulla oblangata
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i don't believe that this is a word
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i don't think that is a word,if it is really a word what is the exact meaning of this word?are you all taking words seriously?
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what kind of word IS THIS?
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nc
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obloquy Report Abuse
it is pronounced ob-blo-kwi
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Are you sure that this is the true pronunciation.. i am a veteran in pronunciation the pronunciation of obloquy is /'ob'lo-kuy/
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It's ob la kwi !
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obloquy means to abuse while talking
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what is the correct pronounciation
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i don't think it is oboquy i think it is obloquoy...
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yeah. what does this mean?
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whats the meaning of obloquy?
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that is not how to pronounce it. It is ob-bla-kwi
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Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis Report Abuse
-because it is too difficult to spell
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pronounced NUE-moun-ULT-ruh-mik-ro-scopik-SILEE-cov-ULL-cano-CONI-osis
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ah it's the longest name in the world ir longest ame of diseace
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I can't believe its a word
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Easy. I memorized antidisestablishmentariism when I was 6. :) I'm 8 and in fifth grade.
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it is too easy to spell
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To long to remeber how to spell it
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis is, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, "a factitious word alleged to mean 'a lung disease caused by the inhalation of very fine silica dust, causing inflammation in the lungs.'"[1] A condition meeting the word's definition is normally called silicosis. It occurs chiefly as an instance of a very long word.[2] The 45-letter word was coined to serve as the longest English word and is the longest word ever to appear in an English language dictionary. It is listed in the current edition of several dictionaries.[3]
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its not hard to spell .. u need to memorize only the sequence of that word ....
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its not that hard to spell
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Effin' spelled wrong. It's koniosis.
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I have known how to spell this for a while pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis without looking because I found it in the dictionary
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itsso easy..
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great word...
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it's not really that hard..
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What it's mean?
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i know it, its easy
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MEANING--- a lung disease caused by the inhalation of very fine silica dust, causing inflammation in the lungs
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why exactly is the exact same word here again?
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i did not get this word did you make it by your own this word.just tell me the meaning
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You can spell it as Pneumono-ultramicroscopic-silico-volcano-coniosis
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Quay Report Abuse
It is pronounced as kee but people tend to pronounce it as Kway. it is a unloading bay for ships
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It's definitely pronounced as Kee, I'm from Sydney and Circular Quay is a well known place
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both pronunciation are correct: kee or kwah
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`Kee is the real pronunciation of the word Quay...
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No!
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I encountered this word when we went to Singapore. There's a place called Clarke Quay and a friend told me that the right pronunciation was "klark kee" .
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its the very first time i've met this word
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yeah i think itz kee, but that makes no sense whatsoever considering the spelling...
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caoutchouc Report Abuse
.....difficult to spell???!!!....
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This is not English, this is AMERICAN INDIAN
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its so difficult to spell or to learn. Who made this word?
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It means rubber in French... These past words have all been French (adopted by the English language-English has adopted many words from many languages;Greek/ Latin roots?)
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i think thats not a word
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it's fun to spell that word!!
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well it's not that difficult....
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wat
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ya itz pronounced cow-chook, which is difficult enough, but it also means something as simple as rubber. I always have wondered why the english language is so extremely intricate.
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superkalafragalisticexpialidosius Report Abuse
hard and like a riddle, its fun to memorize it...... try it and please rank it high if u like it :) thank you...
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I can spell this word off the top of my head.
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SUPERCALIFRAGILISTICEXPIALIDOCIOUS is the correct spelling and this word means swell or extraordinary. So in other words, it is a positive word.
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it's so hard to spell you spelt it wrong. it's spelt supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
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WRONG SPELLING
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I KNOW FOR A FACT THAT THIS IS A REAL WORD
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it is spelled "supercalifragilisticexpialidocious"
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are you sure its "superkalafragalisticexpialidosius"
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THATS NOT A WORD if u disagree tell me wat it means
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it is a word or a world!
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Seriously. );
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the correct spelling is supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
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That's the wrong spelling!!!!!!!
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OMG. u spelt it wrong!!!!!!! :3
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I remember the song called this, played by Andre Rieu's orchestra. This is classical music! Lol...
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wrong spelling!
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That is not how you spell it! You spell it supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
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...psssshhh, is there even a spelling contest that would add that to their list?hmmm....
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It is the incorrect spelling. Also, this isn't officially in the dictionary, therefore is not a word.
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do u like mary poppins?:S
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To the third comment, its hippopotomonstrosesquippeddaliaphobia.
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WTF?!?!?! THAT IS NOT HOW U SPELL IT!!!
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This is not really a word, but I am always asked to spell it, but that's really annoying because it's not a word
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if mary poppins had hippopotomonoistrosesquedeaophobia, or fear of long words, then she would have had a heart attack after she wrote this
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its not actually a word
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wow
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It's supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.
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supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!!!!!
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it is spelt supercalafragalisticexpialadocious
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from mary poppins
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Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious is the right spelling
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its wrong the right is "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious"
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Yeah, dude, learn to spell these words ... I mean, how do you know it's fun to memorize, if you haven't?
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It is popularized from the movie Mary Poppins, there is no meaning of this word, actually.
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it means wonderful. but its wrong spelled.
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what does it even mean?
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it's not superkalafragalisticexpialidosius... it should be supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
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are you sure its "superkala"?
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i think it's supercalifragilisticexpialidocious ... nah, dunno. But i think that's it.
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fuchsia Report Abuse
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b'coz that word has named after Leonhard Fuchs
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Is it English cause I'm not sure.
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it's a color not a flower. also it's pronounced fyu-shuh
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fyu-shia is the pronunciation
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Some kind of color.
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This word is so atypical.
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some kind of flower,i think
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it is pronounced as FYU-SHAY
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fu-sha
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FU-SHI-A That's how you pronounce it LOL
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misspell Report Abuse
most people tend to omit one of the S's
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so easy
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IT IS NOT THAT EASY
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This word is so easy to spell! It was on one of my spelling tests and I got it correct.
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Which one do they tend to omit? :P
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yes its so easy but most people tend to omit one of the 'S'
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who does not know that word it is the easiest word ever
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That's one is easy.
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vichyssoise Report Abuse
pronounced as vee-shee-swahz - anjela,12
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It's a cold soup made of potatoes, leeks, onions, cream, and chicken stock, . The recipe's name comes from Vichy, a town in the Auvergne region of France.
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it means a kind of soup which is always served cold
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actually its very easy just memorize it plz addthe definition thx (:
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well it is very diff. to me
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i dont know what it mean :o
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oh! what a pronunciation is this! -je21
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cloissone Report Abuse
wow this is awesome
35 points - added 1 year ago by Tchotchke - 3 comments
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Wrong. It's cloisonne and pronounced clo-wa-zo-nay
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this is pronounced as (kloyzhoney)
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this word is cloisonne not cloissone
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Colonel Report Abuse
Well, actually I've got this word easy. Some people I know misspells it for its pronunciation which is 'cur-nel'. So Yeah?
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this word was spell to us you say it just like "kernel" but the spelling is colonel
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its easycoz its my family name
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Im 11 and i knew that but my cousin is 24 and didn't he is a terrible speller but awesome (so he claims) at math
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i'm only 10 years old and i know it already! It's so simple to me :))
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This word is pretty easy. I'm only 11 and have participated in the State Final of the Premier's Spelling Bee so it's simple to me.
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ok i am only 11 but i now how to spell this word easily....
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For my Qualifying Round Elementary Spelling Bee, I was tied for 2nd place finalist to go into the School Spelling Bee. My friend and I were tied and the teacher quizzed us on 10 words...We spelled everything EXACTLY THE SAME except for one word...colonel. My friend spelled it "kernel" and I spelled it "colonel," so I was the one who entered the School Spelling Bee
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haha when I first encountered this in 3rd grade I couldn't stop pronouncing it exactly as its spelled
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actually,when I encountered this!!! I dont know what is the right spelling of it..
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actually the pronunciation should be (ker-nel)
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Oh. Right. That I agree with.
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hippopotomonoistrosesqueipedeaophobia Report Abuse
fear of long words
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It means fear of long words I think
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actually spelt hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliaphobia
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it is one of my spelling words. easy to spell, it is pronounced hippo-poto-mon-stroses-quip-ed-lia-phobia
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Isn't hippopotomonstrasesquippedaliophobia the correct spelling?
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Oh, the irony!
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VERY IRONIC!
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How very ironic
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it's hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia
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what has a fear of long words got to do with hippotomas'?
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its a real word.....
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when do you use this word
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fear????..oh
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Funny word but not real, I read it in some book.
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It literally means fear of long words!
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ahm it's only HIP-PO-PO-TO-MON-STRO-SE-QUI-PE-DA-LIO-PHO-BIA
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Spelling is dead wrong ! its - HIPPOPOTOMONSTROSESQUEPPIDALIOPHOBIA
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maybe I have this kind of phobia...i will never try to spell it :)
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yes, i agree 2 the one whom i preceeded...
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something is wrong but i dont get it
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it is the fear of long words
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What does it actually mean? x
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i think itz pronounced hip-oh-mahn-stroh-ses-kwi-peh-dae-lee-oh-foh-bee-uh phew...that is a mouthful
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if a person has a fear of long words,then he's also afraid of his own illness. :))
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How do you pronounce that Word?
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oh it so very very hard to spell not only to spell also to say
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Actually it's "hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia". You added an extra "p".
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feleling!!! i am the best speller in the whole planet earth
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OMG! still wrong spelling i think..does it have 2 spelling words? xD the spelling i know is "Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia".....That's the spelling i know..:D
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Queue Report Abuse
most ppl think its spelled 'que'
31 points - added 3 years ago by tennisgirrl - 7 comments
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simple but its so hard to say
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Simples!
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this is the only word i knew among these very difficult word.......... how surprising that its pronunciation is too short!!!!!!
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I know how to spell this beacuase i update my netflix queue everyday
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I come across this word a lot. I mean like every day a lot.
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ofcourse it's spelled perfectly like that
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Sir guest, you are an idiot.
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cafe au lait Report Abuse
this is amzing
25 points - added 1 year ago by Tchotchke - 2 comments
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This is so DiFFicuLT T_T :)))
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this is weird word
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Pipdiddilyottondottondoodabideetandottontiss Report Abuse
This is a long and rarely used English word. It means to be blazed or apathetic. People often forget when to put one or two t's .
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How in hell's name is that pronounced?
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seriously thats off the tain
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i dont know how to pronounce..:)))
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Its not a word, dictionary :)
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is this a word or not? it is really confusing i never heard a word like this,i am the champion of all spellers and yet i think this is not a WORD.
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wow...so hard to spell, i even had a hard time pronouncing it.
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i love this word..........how to pronounce it............
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oh.. i love this word. too long.
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lol guys this isnt a word just look at its spelling..
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that is actually a word.....
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Oh My God.... one of the longest words ive come accross!!!!!!!!!
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it is just a bluff there is no word like that i had gone to America i had seen in all the dictionaries
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oh my. is it really a word? i thought its a sentence otherwise, it makes my mind puzzled.
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thats so so hard I have been looking for hard spelling but this is enourmous
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A word which comes from english, i've never heard this word before
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who would ever use this word???
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i highly doubt whether thatz a real word or not...
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floccinaucinihilipilification Report Abuse
The categorising of something trivial or useless.
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pronounced flossie-naw-sinnie-hillie-pillie-fication
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floccinaucinihilipilification????
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Mind=Blown
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its really hard to read it and it makes my brain to expode !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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How To Pronounce This Word?? :D :D :D :D
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tchotchke Report Abuse
pronounced as chahch-kuh --anjela,12
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tchotchke isn't that hard to spell once you get the "tch" part :D
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this word is pronounced as "CHACH-kee" (according to wikipedia)
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it is fun 2 say! :)
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There ARE two ;)
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No there is two.
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theres only one vowel lol
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good word
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Linnaeous Report Abuse
I ALWAYS get this wrong because I ALWAYS leave out the o (it's SO frustrating!!!) by the way this is the name of a famous person that I learnt in Science)
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yeah, it's without an "o"...
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linnaeus is the correct spelling
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he's a taxonomist :)
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Carl Linnaeus (Swedish original name Carl Nilsson Linnæus, 23 May[note 1] 1707 – 10 January 1778), also known after his ennoblement as Carl von Linné (help·info),[1] was a Swedish botanist, physician, and zoologist, who laid the foundations for the modern scheme of binomial nomenclature. He is known as the father of modern taxonomy, and is also considered one of the fathers of modern ecology. Many of his writings were in Latin, and his name is rendered in Latin as Carolus Linnæus
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he's Carolous Linnaeous right??a scientist..
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i really lack words in my vocabulary, what does this mean, anyway?
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huh....i cant understand...please explain it in a simple way...
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discombobulated Report Abuse
the reason why this should be added as a difficult word is not because few people use it but why few people use it.
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Discombobulated means confused and I am confused of its prounouncation.
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Dis-com-bob-u-lated
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it means confused or to get confused
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i just love to say that word!!! It's just sooo fun!
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i think they don't know the meaning .hahaha
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supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Report Abuse
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That is a Mary Poppins song
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LOL ya.
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i now this already my sister asked me to say that...
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meaning "WOW"...
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omg this is a cool song. i am looking for very hard spelling words for years 11 or 12. please help me out.
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this is in a song!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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denouement Report Abuse
..hmmm?..do you know this word?..just search it!=)
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duh.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! its correct pronunciation is Day-no-mont. not even denuma...
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the meaning of DENOUEMENT is FINAL VEBELATION.......
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pronunciation denumah
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de-nowh-mah
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the pronunciation is dey-nyu-man!
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ahm.. thats denouma in pronounciation!
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It refers to the resolution of the story which belongs to the Plot.
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other term for plot :)) rizia, ccsa
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`It's so easy to read!
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that word means the ending of a said story; resolution
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denoma its not so hard for me to spell it
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i think it is pronuonce as denomang
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Denouement means ending of a story
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It means the final resolution . Thats what I know! Hope I Helped!
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DAY-NOO-MON is its pronunciation (not pronOunciation). It says so on Reader's Digest. :)
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It means the final resolution of the intricacies of a plot, as of a dramaor novel.
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denouement means resolution, i think . It was included in our book report >___>
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denoma is the pronounciation
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haute couture Report Abuse
difficult
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More than '1' word!!!
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Dumbbell Report Abuse
Even smart people forget one of the [b]s in this one. Be carefull
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yeah.. most people are too careless with this one.. haha
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sweet :D
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So uh... how many people got it wrong?
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it's careful
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baccalaureate Report Abuse
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common..x
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beaux-arts Report Abuse
pronounced as (boh-zahr) . . it is a style of architecture that prevailed in France in the late 19th century
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difficult
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cywyddau (pronounced kuh-with-eye) Report Abuse
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acquiesce , Report Abuse
10 points - added 3 years ago by guest - 3 comments
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ACQUIESCE is the correct spelling
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oops..it's supposed to be Caribbean..=)))))
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haha i know this through pirates of the carribean XD
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tete-a-tete Report Abuse
it is pronounced tei-a-tei; it mans private conversation.
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it's pronounced tet-a-tet
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it's pronounced as teyatei and it means private conversation between two persons.
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it means head to head!
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I already know that I found it in the dictionary meaning being in private
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tete-a-tete is pronounced as tet-ah-tet.
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huh...what a word...
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lieutenant Report Abuse
though spelt like this its pronounced as "leftinent" hardly 50% get it right
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I thought it was the other way around. I have only ever heard it pronounced lieu-tenant in America. I was very confused why the British people I have seen on TV pronounce it lef-tenant.
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its only pronounced left-tenant in america using proper english its loo-ten-ent
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Dances with Wolves pronunciation: Loo-Tent-Tant
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i pronounce it lu-te-nant !!
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ipronounced as leyutenant
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it is pronounced loo-ten-ent'
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its so easy..
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Lyo-te-nant
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It is only pronounced as "leftinent" in the navy- the typical pronunciation actually is "loo-ten-uh nt"
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its loo-ten-uhnt man...
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Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis Report Abuse
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pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis... typed 10 seconds :D
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As far As I can remember, this word used to be the longest word in the world.? Am I right?
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Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis...Its not very rare! i've seen it many times!
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oooooohhh!!!
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you already had this word for number six
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i can spell it...honestly. i learnt it throughout my school years.
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its Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis and is of 45 letters
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thats ultra easy!!!:D Dictionary dude!!
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Is that word or a sentence?
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no, it is pneumonoultramicroscopicSILICOvolcanoconiosis.
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wow! its already familiar to me cuz i met this word wen i joined spelling competition
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i have friend who can pronounce this word -__-
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this is a real word, but it is not the loongest, to see the longest fing the top ten longest words on the internet
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would anyone ever use that word?? I don't think its very practical...
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is that a word?
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nyay !
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longest word
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oh my god...
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It's pneumonoultramicroscopicvolcanoconiosis
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the longest word ever!!
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a lung disease caused by the inhalation of very fine silica dust, causing inflammation in the lungs
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Juxtapose Report Abuse
Its really Rare!!! and Pronounced as Jaks-ta-pows..
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DOTA :D
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its a figure of speech
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[Juks-tu-pows] actually
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maquillage Report Abuse
beacuse it's rare
9 points - added 3 years ago by guest - 3 comments
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Ma- kee- yage (on yage, let the a flow: like "ahhhh" and the g also flows)
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i know how to pronounce it. its ma-ki-naj and been a lesson from our school. cant you do better than this?
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BECAUSE.you spelled it wrong:D
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xanthosis Report Abuse
it is pronounce as "zan-tho'sis"
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its
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it comes in a movie akila and the bee
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dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethana Report Abuse
9 points - added 4 years ago by guest - 4 comments
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no! it's a DDT
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Why do this word ranked no.1 aside from the word ranked no.11?
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It's abbreviated for DDTE - a chemical compound as a Synthetic pesticide
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you spelled it wrong its actually dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane
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Onomatopoeia Report Abuse
9 points - added 4 years ago by guest - 9 comments
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it means something expressed in a big way like bang crash boom
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its pronounced onomatopeya
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I know a girl named Mea, and my teacher always calls her "Mea, Mea, Onomatopoeia." Really Mr. A?
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its not too hard
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for me it means imitating the words of environment
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it is pronounced as " on-o-ma-to-pee-ya", it is kind of figurative language , that introduced sound such as " Hizz " " Meow " "buzz".
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i could spell this ! even my little prothers could spell it by just the pronounciation!!!
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oh no the others is so hard but rhe others is so simpple because we take it in our class thats way its so essay
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I don;t think this is hard at all! :)
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antidisestablishmentarianism Report Abuse
9 points - added 4 years ago by guest - 7 comments
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I promise to ask a selling expert this :P
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its a word .. that's the third longest word in the oxford dictionary ..
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eisiest word ever it is also actualy the longest REAL word in english
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this is pretty easy. i myself can spell "definitely" but NOBODY else can for some reason! this should be on the list
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It is easy when you spell it word by word ''anti-dis-establishment-arianism
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It is a word and it means opposition to the withdrawal of state support or recognition from an established church, esp. the Anglican Church in 19th-century England.
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It's not a word.
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aequeosalinocalcalinoce-raceoaluminosocupreovitriolic Report Abuse
8 points - added 2 years ago by Brad Browne - 1 comment
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What in the world does that mean?
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deoxyribonucleic acid Report Abuse
because it the unabbreviated word for DNA
8 points - added 4 years ago by guest - 3 comments
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Deoxys the pokemon's name was derived from this word
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if you break it apart like DNA, it really isn't that hard.
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im also looking for spelling words and i love science but rly this is too hard
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Hippocastanaceae Report Abuse
To be honest, I had to use the spell checker on this one and for good reasons
8 points - added 5 years ago by Seraphina - 1 comment
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whats the meaning of this word?
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Absquatulate Report Abuse
Means to abscond or to leave abruptly.
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Fortunately this word is spelled like it sounds.
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etiquettes Report Abuse
the spelling is completely different from pronunciation addicates
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kalanchoe Report Abuse
pronounced kah-lang-koh-ee
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Connoisseur Report Abuse
The word that made me rank 2 in spelling bee haha!
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esprit de corps Report Abuse
this is a difficult word...just like how it is being pronounced= ESPREE DE COR..
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kenemmakholur Report Abuse
its difficult.
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WHATS THAT!!!!
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charabanc Report Abuse
it is pronounced as sha-ra-bang
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this word was scrapped from dictionaries in August 2011
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really????????
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sha-ra-beng u ment
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Schizophrenic Report Abuse
Most people will spell it as schitzophrenic, because that's how it's pronounced.
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Easy!
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?skit-zo-fre-nic?
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what is the pronunciation
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WOW!! too bad!!
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honorificabilitudinitatibus Report Abuse
It contain 27 letters and this word is a contribution of shakespeare Moreover it is very difficult to comprehend
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honor-ific-abilitud-intati-bus
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chauffeur Report Abuse
because you can't pronounce it with individual letters
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Chauffeur, get the car!
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sho-fer
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the word chauffeur means 'driver'
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shoo-fer
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Sepulchre Report Abuse
6 points - added 5 years ago by Seraphina - 5 comments
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se-pul-ker
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how do you pronounce this word ?
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AQW ROCKS!!!
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its also in AQ as gravelyn's Father!!
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is int dat from DF???
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autochthnous Report Abuse
wow
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It's spelled autochthonous. You left out an "o."
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liaison Report Abuse
this word is pronounced as "laiason" instead of "liaison"
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'taught
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my teacher tought this.
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Inconsequential Report Abuse
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it is a not a difficult word ,it is very difficult word.
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beaux arts Report Abuse
Pronounced as (boh-zahr) . . . it is a style of architecture that was prevailed in France in the ate 19th century
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segue Report Abuse
4 points - added 3 years ago by guest - 3 comments
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omg...........words are difficult
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pronounced: seg-way
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pronounce as segwa
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daiquiri Report Abuse
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It's a drink!
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MEANING???
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how to pronounce this word?
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pronounced as "day-kee-ree" haha :) great. i remember panic! at the disco.
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Easiest word ever
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Empousai Report Abuse
Its plural for empousa, Greek monsters
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plymouth Report Abuse
pronounced as (pli-mith)
3 points - added 2 years ago by guest - 2 comments
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Or the splash screen app for linux
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That's a place isn't it?
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boudoir Report Abuse
i can always remember how we spell it wid my klasmate ////.....
3 points - added 3 years ago by guest - 3 comments
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yeah its bu-dwah
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like the word reservoir do not tell me this is a hard word
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Hey! I hear this word from the song "Born this way" of lady gaga. It's pronounced ( bu-dwa ) .
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sycophant Report Abuse
means a persons who flatters influential people for selfish purposes
3 points - added 3 years ago by guest - 2 comments
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Sycophat? Does it means syclops and elephant mixed into a hybrid?
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..very right....;)
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exemple gratia Report Abuse
3 points - added 4 years ago by guest - 2 comments
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exempli gratia - (eks-zem-ple-gra-te'ya)
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for example..ist hat it?
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Lascivious Report Abuse
3 points - added 4 years ago by guest - 2 comments
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common
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easy
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Plough Report Abuse
Only because it should be pronounced ploof, if you follow the logic of the "ough" such as enough
3 points - added 5 years ago by Seraphina - 1 comment
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Finally this is original English difficulty! No French, no Spanish, no Chemistry etc.
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Eduacation? Report Abuse
I have a trouble spelling this word!
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ophthalmology Report Abuse
Most people omit the first "h".
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flibbertigibbet Report Abuse
i found it interesting...
2 points - added 1 year ago by guest - 1 comment
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Means Flighty or Gossipy person- learnt in class.
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mnemonic Report Abuse
It is pronounced with a silent "m" (neh-MAWN-iks, -MAW-niks)
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Bologna Report Abuse
Can be spelled as Baloney also.
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I agree !!!
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lorgnette Report Abuse
- It was damn hard.! It pronounced [ lorn-yet ] .
2 points - added 3 years ago by guest - 2 comments
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Isn't that opera glasses?
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what's the meaning of this stuff?
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tangtasticallytastical Report Abuse
rare british word just found it lol
2 points - added 3 years ago by guest - 1 comment
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Sounds like something Ned Flanders (from The Simpsons) would say!
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hidradinis Report Abuse
It means inflammation of the sweat glands. It sounds like it should be spelled "hydratinous" or something
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beau Report Abuse
2 points - added 3 years ago by mielrose - 4 comments
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it means beautiful in French
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to pronounce this one is ''boo''
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boyfriend
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i think this means your love
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otorhinolaryngological Report Abuse
2 points - added 3 years ago by guest - 1 comment
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Otolaryngology or ENT (ear, nose, and throat) is the branch of medicine and surgery that specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of ear, nose, throat, and head and neck disorders. The full name of the specialty is otolaryngology–head and neck surgery. Practitioners are called otolaryngologists–head and neck surgeons, or sometimes otorhinolaryngologists (ORL).
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victual Report Abuse
this is a food
2 points - added 3 years ago by guest - 1 comment
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its always victuals. pronounced "vittles"
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hermaphroditic Report Abuse
a person who has 2 sex organs
2 points - added 3 years ago by guest - 1 comment
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easy(hermaphrodite)
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silhouette Report Abuse
it is pronounced as silhowey......... mmmmmmmmmm
2 points - added 4 years ago by guest - 7 comments
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pronounced as sil-wit.. its according to my speech teacher. :P
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Si-loo-wet
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what is its meaning?
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i also thought that word is pronounce as sil-oo-eet
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the "t" is right nect to "y", spelling error?
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"Silhouette" is definitely not pronounced as "silhowey." The comment above me is correct: "sil-oo-et."
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it is pronounced as sil-oo-et
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entrachat Report Abuse
it is pronounced atrashey
2 points - added 4 years ago by guest - 2 comments
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It's spelled entrechat and it's pronounced on-truh-shaw
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good :)
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sesquipedalian Report Abuse
2 points - added 4 years ago by guest - 2 comments
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Great word to use at a spelling bee!
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someone who likes long words
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Derailleur Report Abuse
Just for the mere fact that most people pronounce it a much different way than how iut is actually spelled (derailler)
2 points - added 4 years ago by guest - 1 comment
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i think it's spelled in british or something ..
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anaesthetic Report Abuse
super hard ever !!!!!!!! even harder than hierglyphic
2 points - added 4 years ago by 1234567890 - 4 comments
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Yeah, yeah... and that is. hieroglyphics Anaesthetic? Not so hard....
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I think it is Hieroglyphic not heirglyphic..
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no that hard
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thats hard hehe
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Miscellaneous Report Abuse
2 points - added 4 years ago by guest - 8 comments
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it means something you do not need
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my classmate florie who teach me to spell that help me to win the contest.
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it's pronounced as miseleynioos.
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I knew how to spell that in 3rd grade. Easy.
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And I need to punctuate accurately. Is it me or alot of these words FRENCH?
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like who cares if your grade 5...
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Thatz EASY + im in grade 5
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it means a bunch of random things in the same place the abreviation is "misc."
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abbey Report Abuse
errr.. it was prounounced as ab-bay.. sounds so weird
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acetylsalicylic Report Abuse
As in acetylsalicylic acid, AKA aspirin.
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Pichiciego Report Abuse
It is a species of pink armoured armadillo, endemic to S.America. An unique word.
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buoy Report Abuse
can be pronounced by Boy (gender)
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antidesestablishmentarianism Report Abuse
not even sure if i spelled it right.
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euphemism Report Abuse
(YOO-fa-miz-m) To use an offensive name. I forget the second E and the EU I sometimes spell YOO, YOU, EW, and others.
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impugn Report Abuse
silent letter
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Suceptible Report Abuse
Meanz : Likely to be affected :)
1 point - added 2 years ago by guest - 2 comments
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susceptible TWO S's
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This word is "Susceptible" to misspelling.
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acquaintance Report Abuse
I've found it existing as aquantance, aquaintence, acquaintence, acquaentence, aquaintance, etc. in places!!!!
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voyeur Report Abuse
because it is hard to spell with sensual meaning do you agree?
1 point - added 2 years ago by guest - 2 comments
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yeah as beau (boo)
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Boooooo!!!!
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Faux pas Report Abuse
It is pronounced as *FOH-PA*
1 point - added 2 years ago by guest - 2 comments
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fupa
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i think its pronunciation is "fow-pa" ?
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beige Report Abuse
it pronounced as "bayge" :?
1 point - added 2 years ago by guest - 2 comments
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Really…? I pronounce it Bay-j
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no its like [BAY-ze].
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rendezvous Report Abuse
it is a meeting pronounced as ren-de-voo
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a 9-year old kid already knows that
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i guess it's not the right transcription. "ren" is pronounced the same as you pronounce "palm".
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ACETYL­SERYL­TYROSYL­SERYL­ISO­LEUCYL­TH Report Abuse
1 point - added 4 years ago by guest - 6 comments
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That big Word
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probably some obscure sort of alchohol..
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It's Acetylphenylcerylioucelinelalaninelalanine.............................................................
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huh..wat aword..!!!
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what a word! it's not even a word!!!
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..wats that??...
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Champagne Report Abuse
It is the most common word used in our daily life but very few people can spell it...I think so.......
1 point - added 4 years ago by guest - 2 comments
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hmmmm....im so thirsty..
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Chimpanzee???
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