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I was wondering if the title of this topic has anything to do with the answer or if it was a random name?

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well.. e seems to be in all of them.. and each e is followed by two consonants ??

It's more fundamental than that.

Nice observation tho.

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What have these words in common?

essay

enemy

excellency

expediency

Beside their initial letter, of course.

the way the all are pronounced can be spelled out with single letters:

SA

NME

XLNC

XPDNC

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the way the all are pronounced can be spelled out with single letters:

SA

NME

XLNC

XPDNC

"Check out the big chains on Angie..." B))

[that's a rhyme of a line from Pulp Fiction.... but you knew that?]

You got it!

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YES!!!

Glad I only looked now... had I looked at the spoilers like I usually do, I'd have not been able to get the answer myself.

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What are some words that do work? ;)

None, they have triphthongs in every word, and when they have had an irish cocktail, then they sue quadphthongs too.

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None, they have triphthongs in every word, and when they have had an irish cocktail, then they sue quadphthongs too.

Sounds fascinating.

Maybe you could post a sound bite.. ;)

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What are some words that do work? ;)

The first one. A is pronounced Aay by american enlgish speakers and Ah by Irish english speakers

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The first one. A is pronounced Aay by american enlgish speakers and Ah by Irish english speakers

A is promounced - Aaiey by cockneys, (3 mins of youtube, listen to the AAAAA/aaiey at the end) My fair lady with Audrey Hepburn - born Belgium english father, lived Holland during WW11 then off to US. Best actress ever!

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