As "foot" and "loose" are words, then footloose is a compound
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bus is not a compound word Stop is not a compound word Bus-stop is a compound word
airport Compound word is the compound word in your question.
Storebook is not a compound word. Storybook is a compound word.
Footloose is rated PG.
No. Compound is not a compound word because if you try to separate it, you would get com & pound. Com is not a word (the com in a website does not qualify as a word).
Footloose (1984) is rated PG. Footloose (2011) is rated PG-13.
Yes into is a compound word. The word are in and to.
No it is not a compound word
A non compound word is , a word with one word not two . For a example a compound word is snowflake. An non compound is hot cheetos.
No, unpack is not a compound word because "un" is not a word a compound word is a word that has two words in it.
Kenny Loggins wrote Footloose.
Is footloose still running