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SQUAITCHED-MOUTHED[EDD] The associated 17-letter SQUAITCHED-MOUTHED (lying, deceitful) is the longest known 2-syllable dictionary term.
Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis (45 letters) Pneumoconiosis comes after you inhale very fine silicate or quartz dust.
TitinThe word is 189,819 letters long. It's actually the name of a giant protein called Titin. Proteins are usually named by mashing-up the names of the chemicals making them. And since Titin is the largest protein ever discovered, its name had to be equally as large.
It's an exclamation. And it is one syllable consisting entirely of a rounded vowel sound which is a mid to high diphthong.
ScraunchedScraunched and the archaic word strengthed, each 10 letters long, are the longest English words that are only one syllable long. Nine letter monosyllabic words are scratched, screeched, scrounged, squelched, straights, and strengths.
TitinThe longest word in English has 189,819 letters and would take you three and a half hours to pronounce correctly. Seriously. It's the chemical name of Titin (or connectin), a giant protein "that functions as a molecular spring which is responsible for the passive elasticity of muscle." You can listen to a guy…
Squirrel is a two-syllable word with stress on the first syllable. So it will go DA-da.
5 What's the longest word you know? If you watched Mary Poppins as a child, you might quickly think of supercalifragilisticexpialidocious (thirty-four letters). It's the longest English word composed exclusively of vowels, and it has the most consecutive vowels of any word.
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Some problems you could experience include: Development of calluses and corns on the feet – calluses and corns can develop if the compression socks are too tight. Numbness and tingling of the lower limbs. Rashes, extreme itching, and skin irritation.
Answer 1: Heavy objects fall at the same rate (or speed) as light ones. The acceleration due to gravity is about 10 m/s2 everywhere around earth, so all objects experience the same acceleration when they fall.