<this word> has one I, two Ls, three Ns, four Es, and five Ss.
Find it and its meaning.
Source: Discovered by Sir Jeremy Morse.
As Sir Jeremy Morse was known to coin words, the word may be one of those that did not exist before Morse's coinage and may not have ever had any practical application.
In the quest to find the word I discovered that Morse had coined the word linenlessnesses in answer to the geometrical word challenge
to which the word was composed of only five letters occurring in the letter ratio 1:2:3:4:5. The word is not dictionary sanctioned.
The definition would be the states or conditions of being absent of linen
, such as might be applied to empty linen closets.
Edited on February 18, 2018, 1:52 am
Posted by Dej Mar
on 2018-02-17 21:45:06