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This is a “fun” sub­ject. Supervocalics are, says Eric W. Chaikin, “a word, phrase, or proper noun which con­tains A,E,I,O,U once each, but no Y.”

Neville Fogarty says “Supervocalic is an adjec­tive describ­ing a word or phrase con­tain­ing each of the five vow­els — A, E, I, O and U — exactly once. Examples include: sequoia, ambidex­trous, and Julia Roberts.”

In any event, it can mean some enjoy­able time spent around a table.



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