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„mysteries“ - noun plural

The term mysteries is the 19.794th most frequent word in the English vocabulary and appears 2.918 times within word book. The part of speech is noun plural. The syllabication is mys·ter·ies. There follow typical usages of the word in full text: "... one of the greatest mysteries in modern astrophysics."¹ "... a series of light mysteries called The Cottage Tales ..."² "... and suspenseful than other mysteries."³ Rotated its written seiretsym. Matching rhymes are pSeries, tanneries und mockeries. The according MD5 checksum is 105043631db165fbf038941d91249509 and the SHA1 hash is 8d157d88871586e416cfbba19ee630636a818248. The T9 representation 697837437 accords this word.

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word name: mysteries

part of speech: noun plural

other word forms: mystery

typical left word neighbours: Eleusinian Witherall solving solves Dionysian unsolved Orphic

typical right word neighbours: solved westerns invariably Carolyn surround surrounding featuring

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The named words hold an equal suffix:

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