What ten-letter (or longer) words in the English language can be typed using only the top row of keys on a keyboard?
Hint: the letters can be used more than once.
How about using only the middle row keys? Keys on left side (the left of T, G, and B)? On the right side (the right of Y, H, and N)?
As the puzzle does not establish which type of keyboard is used (QWERTY, DVORAK, QWERTZU, AZERTY, HCESAR, etc.), I offer the 13-letter SHARECROPPERS
as one of the words. HCESAR keyboard: top row of letters: HCESAROPZ.
Note: The actual top row of most of the standard keyboards do not usually sport any letters of the English alphabet but the Arabic numerals with some special characters. [An exception to any is the & ("ampersand"), as at one time it was considered part of the English alphabet.]. It is therefore assumed the "top row of keys" mentioned refers to the top row of letters on the keyboard. It may also be assumed that the QWERTY keyboard is the one referenced, yet it is this latter assumption that I've chosen not to assume.
Posted by Dej Mar
on 2012-04-13 15:55:15