List of the longest English words with one syllable - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This list is especially unfair because it's full of plurals (-s, -es) and past-tense suffix extentions (-ed).
(I can play by these same rules :
I could say 'squirrels' or 'squirreled' are still 1 syllable...but is that fair ??)
'Squirrel' is the longest English word that can
be a single syllable; and not be plural, or past tense too.