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The word "sixty."
I am the word DOZENS (take away S and I'm dozen - meaning 12)
Sounds more like a riddle. I believe the original phrasing would be "six left' and not 'six letters left', making the answer something like "You could take the the 'e' and an …'s' from 'sixes', and be left with 'six'."
All 4-letter words which have a "v" (i.e., Roman Five). For example, "hive".
There is no word in English. There are many phrases, some more coherent than others, that include all 26 letters. The best known is "the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy do…g".
bee, dee, gee, jay, kay, ess, tee, you, vee, why, zee
Yes, there is the name of the chemical "titin", which includes every letter of the English language and is at the same time one of the longest existing words. "As the larges…t known protein, titin also has the longest IUPAC name. The full chemical name, which starts methionyl... and ends ...isoleucine, contains 189,819 letters and is sometimes stated to be the longest word in the English language, or any language.However, lexicographers regard generic names of chemical compounds as verbal formulae rather than English words.
In Word Games
Heighty or Freight.
In Word Games
youre - your any plural word if you take the s off the end ie: cats - cat feather - father an - a i'm - i band - ban ruin - run
Because all snakes make a hissing sound due to air being released between the forks of their tongue.