If you are here for all the Word Relax Daily Challenge May 25 2020 Answers, Cheats and Solutions then this is your lucky day because we’ve just finished solving today’s puzzle and have decided to share all the answers and solutions with you below. Word Relax is a very addictive word game which actually pays you to solve word puzzles. The more levels you pass the more rewards you get so here are the solutions for today’s puzzle:
While searching our database we found 1 possible answer for the crossword clue: Thucydides had one
This crossword clue was last seen on May 24 2020 in the New York Times Crossword Puzzle which is available for all major platforms.
CROSSWORD CLUE: Thucydides had one
Theta is the eighth letter of the Greek alphabet, derived from the Phoenician letter Teth. In the system of Greek numerals it has the value 9
After many requests from our fellow visitors we have decided to list the 10 Longest Words in the English language according to the Oxford English Dictionary. We are 90% confident that you cannot spell any of the words found on this list. You are always more than welcome to share our articles with your friends and family!
10 Longest Words in the English Language
10. Incomprehensibilities (21 letters)
As the word itself says, incomprehensibility is impossible to comprehend. During the 90’s this word set the record as the longest word in everyday usage.
9. Dichlorodifluoromethane (23 letters)
If you love chemistry then you will love this word too. Its the chlorofluoromethane and its formula is CF2CI2
8. Thyroparathyroidectomized (25 letters)
This is a medical term that defines the excision of both the parathyroid and thyroid glands. Try pronouncing this word and let us know in the comments.
7. Honorificabilitudinitatibus (27 letters)
This word is actually the longest word found in any of the Shakespeare’s works. Another interesting fact about this word is that its the longest word featuring alternating consonants and vowels.
6. Antidisestablishmentarianism (28 letters)
This term refers to a political movement during the 19th century in Great Britain which sought to separate the church and the state.
5. Floccinaucinihilipilification (29 letters)
This is one of the longest words that many dictionaries such as Merriam-Webster do not recognize. Floccinaucinihilipilification is the act of describing something as unimportant or being worthless.
4. Pseudopseudohypoparathyroidism (30 letters)
A relatively mild form of pseudohypoparathyroidism that is characterized by normal levels of calcium and phosphorus in the blood.
3. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious (34 letters)
If you are a Mary Poppins fan then you should definitely know this. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious is the right word to say when there is nothing to say.
2. Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia (36 letters)
Oh the irony on this word. It is one of the longest words in the dictionary and the meaning is fear of long words. Crazy right?
1. Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis (45 letters)
And the winner unfortunately is a lung disease. This word was coined by the president of the NPL (National Puzzlers League) as a synonym for silicosis.
BONUS WORD: Technically the longest word in the world is a 189,819 lettered word for “titin” For obvious reasons we cannot post the whole word however here is the sample of what it looks like:
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We often need to know the answer to How Many Pages is 1500 words. In fact the answers to this question can sometimes be tricky due to some factors such as; are the pages single spaced or double spaced? What set of font size is used? For this example we are going to get the default values by using the Times New Roman or Arial font. 1500 words are usually found in blog posts, news articles or even short essays.
How Many Pages is 1500 words?
ANSWER: 1500 words is 3 pages single spaced or 6 pages double spaced at a 12 point font size
Other Popular Pages by Word Count
Here is a useful list which shows how many pages for 250 words, 300 words, 500 words, 750 words, 1000 words and 2000 words
- 250 words is ½ page single spaced or 1 page double spaced at a 12 point font size
- 300 words is ⅔ pages single spaced or 1⅓ pages double spaced at a 12 point font size
- 500 words is 1 page single spaced or 2 pages double spaced at a 12 point font size
- 750 words is 1½ pages single spaced or 3 pages double spaced at a 12 point font size
- 1000 words is 2 pages single spaced or 4 pages double spaced at a 12 point font size
- 2000 words is 4 pages single spaced or 8 pages double spaced at a 12 point font size
- 3000 words is 6 pages single spaced or 12 pages double spaced at a 12 point font size
- 5000 words is 10 pages single spaced or 20 pages double spaced at a 12 point font size
- 10000 words is 20 pages single spaced or 40 pages double spaced at a 12 point font size
Please find below all the Word Stacks Daily Challenge May 24 2020 Answers, Cheats and Solutions. Word Stacks is an addictive word game which is available for all major platforms. If there is one thing we love about Word Stacks is the Daily Challenge because 80% of the time the words given are very difficult to be found. On this post we will explain each of the answers what they mean so that you learn a new word by playing your favorite word game.
Word Stacks Daily Challenge May 24 2020 Answers
The answers for today are:
Word of the Day: ZENITH which means That point in the visible celestial hemisphere which is vertical to the spectator; the point of the heavens directly overhead; — opposed to nadir. or hence figuratively the point of culmination; the greatest height; the height of success or prosperity.
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On this page you will find all the Wordscapes Daily Puzzle May 24 2020 Answers, Cheats and Solutions. This is a very popular word game developed by PeopleFun Inc. We have decided to share not only the solutions with you but also the definition for some of the words which we think are tricky or difficult for anyone. Here you will find every day all the Wordscapes Daily Answers so we would highly recommend you to bookmark this page and use it every time you get stuck with a specific puzzle.
Wordscapes Daily Puzzle May 24 2020 Answers
The answers for today are as following:
While searching our database we found 1 possible answer for the crossword clue: German consumer goods giant
This crossword clue was last seen on May 23 in the Daily Themed Mini Crossword Puzzle which is available for all major platforms.
CROSSWORD CLUE: German consumer goods giant crossword
In 1886, Robert Bosch founded the “Workshop for Precision Mechanics and Electrical Engineering” in Stuttgart. This was the birth of today’s globally operating company. Right from the start, it was characterized by innovative strength and social commitment. The history of Bosch starts with many first steps. The step into independence, onto the automotive market, into markets outside Germany, and onto the factory floor of major manufacturing.is apprentice and journeyman years awoke an early desire in Robert Bosch to be self-employed. In 1886, he opened a Workshop for Precision Mechanics and Electrical Engineering in Stuttgart. The early years were beset with highs and lows, and it was only from the mid-1890s on that things took off quickly and unstoppable.