What is the longest English word?

@PSF123 (1169)
China
November 19, 2006 1:27am CST
Can you tell me?
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19 Nov 06
The word antidisestablishmentarianism, with 28 letters, is commonly regarded as the longest accepted word in the English language. The word is used seriously in academic and ecclesiastical writing about the Church of England when the concept arises, which it does occasionally. However, since 1992 it has lost this title to floccinaucinihilipilification in the Guinness Book of Records.
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@PSF123 (1169)
• China
19 Nov 06
thanks
• United States
19 Nov 06
flocci­nauci­nihili­pili­fication
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@PSF123 (1169)
• China
19 Nov 06
thanks for your response
@zgb_0001 (1383)
• Pakistan
19 Nov 06
I donnot know what is the longest English word,Maybe is "L"? But, I think "I" is the thinnest English "word", and "O" is the thickest English "word", "W" is the widest English "word".....
@moneylee (411)
• China
19 Nov 06
i don't know.
@Solja420 (2506)
• United States
19 Nov 06
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• Iceland
19 Nov 06
I'll not tell U..........bUT I Know