For example, mine is facetious because it uses all the vowels.
sort by best latest
Do you know Ronald Colman (I don't mean personally, but know of his work)?
While I agree with you wholeheartedly, I find it rather tragic that such words as "great," "terrific," and "wonderful" are considered commonplace, when each has a unique and poignant meaning beyond a simple, bland recognition of appreciation.
I think that is the longest word I have ever seen!
I hear that word at least once a week...."that is just so ludicrous!" Good word.
Thanks Janine. I don't like hearing the word "no" either.
That is another incredibly long word. I have to say it slow several times.
Very nice word, indeed!