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markieboy
Markieboy  (Level: 260.0 - Posts: 198)
Thu, 19th Jan '06 10:24 AM

THE ONLY WORD IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE?

There is apparently only one word in the English langauge with 3 sets of double letters in a row - do any of you know it?

digs
Digs  (Level: 116.6 - Posts: 812)
Thu, 19th Jan '06 10:48 AM

Is it bookkeeper?

markieboy
Markieboy  (Level: 260.0 - Posts: 198)
Thu, 19th Jan '06 10:50 AM

It's the only one I've heard of - Just wondered if anyone had come across any others?

tuzilla
Tuzilla  (Level: 134.1 - Posts: 3778)
Thu, 19th Jan '06 2:02 PM

that's it for me. I did see a person use it in a sentence like ...mistake by a boob bookkeeper that... creating a 5 double string.

asha83
Asha83  (Level: 6.0 - Posts: 24)
Thu, 19th Jan '06 5:07 PM

Subbookkeeper has four. And that really is an English word! How bout good-deed? That has three.


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