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 n.— «Found a word my discussion leader professor wants to get used in scientific journals someday: palaeoaeolian. As in “palaeoaeolian rock”—a rock that was shaped by winds over the centuries. If it gets coined, it will become the word with the most vowels in a row.» —“studying” by neuroticsquirrl  Neurosis (San Antonio, Texas) Dec. 16, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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