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Authors

A. Ross Eckler

Abstract

Jack Levine's three volume listing of Websterian words grouped according to their letter-patterns (such as EXCESS and BAMBOO) is an almost inexhaustible treasure-trove of linguistic curiosa. In this article, we focus upon one-thirtieth of his total corpus: the 15,054 eight-letter words in which two letters appear twice each and four letters appear once each.

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