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I was going to guess "aqueous" until I realized it didn't have a flipping "i"--that would still be a cool word to play in Scrabble too though.
Yeah Ivy: Bingo!Steve: Yes, AQUEOUS is great, and uses five vowels (two U's). I also like AQUARIA, AUREOLA, AURORAE, EULOGIA, MIAOUED, OUABAIN, ROULEAU, and URAEMIA (some of the common 7-letter "vowel-dumps.")
What about inaqueous? I sometimes transcribe for a pathologist who refers to this all the time...
But you would have to build that one up, since it's longer than 7 letters...
Yes Pamela: if there were a U and N on the board in the right locations: you'd have it.
Yay! I love that word. Also, 'facetious' uses all the vowels in order. There's another word that does that but I can't remember it.One of my favourite words to say in my head is marmoreal.
Oh, yeah, abstemious is the other one.And apparently housemaid uses all the letters, too.I like this one: ELUCIDATED-DELICATUDE [Dual words (interchange vowels and consonants)]Sorry I posted thrice... just enthused. :-)
Oh Ivy: I love this word play!Here's a scrabble poem: made using only the 98 scrabble tiles plus the two blanks:Scrabble PoemIs qiviut an icy hut?Zabajone a dessert resembling custard? Think word game — dry aeolian lingo we outfox, peeve,or fail.
Groovy poem!Bought a secondhand Scrabble set recently but didn't discover until the end that the blanks were missing -- d'oh!
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