it only has six words unless you are talking about this now because this has seventeen words.
Subjective. I like it. By definition, "it" is an undefined entity, and therefore contains the entirety of human imagination and potential. So, in that case.... "It" has all the words.
by Renee S 8 years ago
Using your hub name or your real name, scramble the letter up and see how many words you can make, if any.
by Jo_Goldsmith11 6 years ago
I will start with two letters. You need to keep the two letters I used and add on to them. You can re arrange the two letters, but they need to be in the word you come up with. This will continue on until no one can find any more words. Good luck all! Please use only these two letters... B Z.
by Julianna 8 years ago
This word that all of us know had me thinking , how many words can be spelled out of the largest word ever written? Care to try? Create the words as long as short as you wish but it has to be a word
by Brenda Trott, M.Ed 6 years ago
How many words do you need to have a book.i know there is no right answer, but if you bought a book on Kindle, how many words would you expect it to have before you thought you were ripped off?
by easyspeak 8 years ago
I know more the words the better...but can you have too many words in a hub?
by Charles James 6 years ago
How many words should there be in a novel?I am 8,000 words into a novel, and look to top out around 60,000 I think. Is this too long, too short or what? I am thinking of going down the trad publisher route.
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