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| ""Longest"" English words
27 words, appeared in Shakepeare's script "Love Labour's Lost", it means "too much honour".
28 words, it means the theory of opposition of the Church and the State. British Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone, 1809-1898 once said that in his speech.
29 words. According to Oxford English Dictionary, it means the habit of putting something's value into destruction.
34 words. It appeared in the movie " Mary Poppins ", it means good.
40 words. It's a medical phrase for operation in between the gall bladder and the intestine.
45 words. It's a disease that miners will easily get.
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50 words. A book name written by a French author.
51 words. It's a human structure phrase, once appeared in the novel Headlong Hall by British author Thomas Love Peacock, 1785-1866.
52 words. A medical word used by British author Dr. Edward Strother, 1675-1737, it uses to describe the main ingredients of mineral water that is located in somewhere in England.
100 words, appeared in the novel Finnegans Wake, by Ireland author James Joyce, 1882-1942. It means the fallen of Adam and Eve.
182 words. It's from the script The Ecclesiazusae by Aristophanes 448? - 385?. It means the spicy leftovers from the cooked vegetables and beef mixed up together.
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