Three Word Ways articles have been written by Dmitri Borgmann (February and May 1977) and Pamela Brang (August 1977) to support the proposition that 'all words are interesting' from a logological standpoint. As noted in the May and August Colloquies, the results left something to be desired. For example, Borgmann's efforts included two transposals and a substitute-letter transposal to nonexistent words or names; a reference to a 'dictionary combination' (a sequence of words occurring somewhere in the text of a dictionary, no more worth mention than any sequence from any other text); and a reference to a different word ('subcontinent' was identified as the noun base of 'subcontinental' which is interesting because it contains AEIOU in reverse order, but isn't the object to find a property of 'subcontinent' itself?).
Cohen, Philip M.
"On The Inter(e)state,"
Word Ways: Vol. 13
, Article 5.
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