What English words contain all five vowels in the correct order but not neccessarily consecutively?
What about 5 vowels consecutively (not necessarily all distinct) ??
I can think of two others as well
what does not necessarily distinct mean?
One or more of them can be more than once ?:uhh:
But 'sacreligiously' has 2 i's.
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Thank you. I've just finished breakfast and haven't had dessert yet, so a cookie would be nice.
good boy *gives danger the cookie and scratches him behind the ears*
Why'd you have to start that right when I have to leave for work? Now I'm gonna be late.
so long as there are five vowels in they ae listed in alphabetical order.....
Shouldn't this be in homework help?
figured you were a bit long in the tooth to be doing homework :rofl:
I shall act abstentiously and not contribute to this thread.
Look at Hurkyl trying to be smooth
Do maleciously misslepped words count...?:uhh:
No, I think she wanted a serious response.
Oh, wait, I see - yeah, you're right - you probably shouldn't post to this thread since all your posts are made facetiously. :rofl:
Did no one notice that *Kia* said 'all five vowels', or are you all just over-achievers?
The best I can think of so far are 4 vowels: buoyant (and variants), bayou, joyous, aqueous.
Actually, I'm quitting before I end up like this: http://members.aol.com/gulfhigh2/words6.html [Broken]
Sorry honestrosewater but they neither contain all five vowels, nor are the vowels in the correct order....
You wound me, sir. :tongue:
Oh, those were for dextercioby's challenge: What about 5 vowels consecutively (not necessarily all distinct) ?? The best I could do was 4 consecutive.
I've thought of a verb.Maybe you can come up with another.
Separate names with a comma.