"Onion" and "salsa" possess a similar structure:
both words consist of two identical
2-letter syllables and a distinct letter between them.
Apparently, there are more English words of similar form (12312).
Find as many as you can.
(In reply to re: Solution
by ed bottemiller)
One should not be finicky about the contadictions between the 12312 format and the strictness of syllables count.<br><br>
IMHO - the format prevails, so "sense" is in , but go-go ,so-so and similar are definitely out.
I saw full solutions in other posts, and the advantage of a computerized search in a extensive data base is obvious.