They'll also get a chance to see that famous spelling bee word, antidisestablishmentarianism
, in action.
has itself been disestablished from Merriam-Webster dictionaries in recent times (unlike, for some reason, its rival term disestablishmentarianism).
When I was at school the word antidisestablishmentarianism
was repeatedly cited as the longest word in the English language.
Back on TV, Michael Rodd quizzed kids about films on Screen Test and Robert Robinson sneeringly asked posh families about square roots and how to spell antidisestablishmentarianism
The songs, on the other hand - Rocket Man, That's Why They Call It The Blues, Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word (it's not, antidisestablishmentarianism
is), Crocodile Rock, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road - are all stone-cold classics.
She sees words as weapons, throwing terms like undulate and antidisestablishmentarianism
with her mind but rarely using them out loud.
For the purposes of the present semantic map, may is as relevant as be, stop, or antidisestablishmentarianism
The longest word in the English language, antidisestablishmentarianism
describes a movement in England in the 1800s opposed to the separation of church and state.
I recall a master at school asserting that the longest word in the English language was the 28-letter antidisestablishmentarianism
, meaning opposition to those wanting to end the Church of England's status as the nation's state church.
Or, "This is not my idea of antidisestablishmentarianism
, supra note 95, at 2350.
Nyquist, a ruling that is now being challenged in several new voucher cases by proponents of antidisestablishmentarianism