There’s no anagram of anagram.
There’s no other word for thesaurus.
It takes three syllables to make one syllable.
It doesn’t seem right that there is both a plural for single and also a single plural.
Like a well behaved child, silent letters should been seen and not heard.
Circle should be spelt O.
I suspect people literally misuse the word literally more than every other word in the English language.
Palindrome is a missed opportunity and alphabet should contain 26 letters.
Is there a word that describes words that describe words?
It is a pair of spectacles when it should be a pair of monocles, or even a duocle.
It really should be spelt hyphen-ated but unhyphenated knows where it’s at.
Contraction should put its money where its apostrophe isn’t and become cont’ion.
Being stoic makes me cry.
Logic has an O so you can poke holes in it.
Which came first, etymology or the meaning of etymology?
You can’t prefix something that ain’t broke yet.
I bet there’s a word in German for when people say “I bet there’s a word in German for that”
Nothing lasts forever, so let’s do nothing together.
Onomatopoeia sounds perfect.