T.I.L. – scraunch


scraunch or scranch




verb tr.: To crunch, crush, or grind.


Of imitative origin. Earliest documented use: 1620.


The word scraunched is the longest one-syllable word in the
English language.


“Sancho fell to, without invitation, and champed his bits in the dark,
as if he had scraunched knotted cords.”
Miguel de Cervantes (translation: Thomas Shelton); Don Quixote; 1620.

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