Appendix:English isograms

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An isogram is a word with no letters repeated within the word. There are many isograms in English, but some of the longer ones are disputed as words. The phrase subdermatoglyphic, for example, was coined to mean "of or relating to the area of skin directly below the fingerprint", though it has not yet entered usage.

English isograms[edit]

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13 letters[edit]

14 letters[edit]

15 letters[edit]

16 letters[edit]