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Hi, I am Asghar. I want some words without vowels in it? Can anybody help me out please.

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    rythm is the longest such word

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    Yes RHYTHM is the longest word without vowels

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    lynx and hymn are both words without vowels

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    Cry

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    Dry

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    Fry

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    Myth

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    Sky

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    Gypsy

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    try, cry, fly, fry, sky, why, gym, hymn, lynx, myth, myrrh, pygmy, flyby, rhythm, and syzygy. The longest such word in common use is rhythms, and the longest such word in Modern English is the obsolete 17th-century word symphysy. (If archaic words and spellings are considered, there are many more, the longest perhaps being twyndyllyngs, the plural of twyndyllyng.)

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