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There is no word in the English language that is 5 letters or more that doesn't start with the letter 'P' or have a word inside of it. Example of "word inside of a word": already--alREADy. amirite?

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Jumble. Tremble. Elude. Drudge. Trudge. Judge.

@AtheisticMystic Jumble. Tremble. Elude. Drudge. Trudge. Judge.

Looks like you win good work i could not think of one!

@Godzillaguy Looks like you win good work i could not think of one!

'jumble' technically isn't proper. remble. lu. rud. ge.

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@1553724

look them up on dictionary.com. http://dictionary.reference.com/

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@1553724

you aren't answering because you know that i am right.

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@AtheisticMystic Jumble. Tremble. Elude. Drudge. Trudge. Judge.

'jumble' technically isn't proper. remble. lu. rud. ge.

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@Blucatt 'jumble' technically isn't proper. remble. lu. rud. ge.

Lu is a name, and rud is not a word or in the dictionary. I didn't even bother to look up ge.

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Do one letter words count? If not, the "snake".

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@1553613

also 'I'.

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@Blucatt one letter words count.

Well then, found, groove. Not to mention, if this is true then it should be reported and removed because it is not an opinion.

chauffer.

@Shugah chauffer.

that is not an english word though; it is french for driver.

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@Blucatt that is not an english word though; it is french for driver.

It's in the English dictionary, therefore it is an English word

@bijan311 Why not?

There are many french words that are used in the English language; they are still french words. for example, the word hors d'oeuvres is a french word, meaning 'appetizers'. that word is just a french word used by people who speak English. that doesn't mean it IS English. and besides, even if chauffeur were an English word-which it isn't-there would still be a word there. the letter 'a' is one of the two one-letter words.

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@Shugah chauffer.

Ah yep you got trunk and drunk with run. But the others still stand.

Magazine.

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@Serg Magazine.

a. I. in. what about those?

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