If a word conforms to a special rule, I call it a Lovely Word™.
Use the following examples below to find the rule.
And, if you want to analyze, here is a CSV version:
Lovely Words™,Not Lovely Words™ ARTFUL,CLUMSY CLARINET,VIOLIN CZARDOMS,KINGDOMS FEMINISM,MISOGYNY IMMUNITY,VULNERABLE LIAR,HONEST LITERALISM,UNEDUCATED MIMICS,REAL MISLODGE,REMOVE MUNCHKIN,DONUTS NUGGET,CHICKENS RACISM,RACIST SCARCITY,ABUNDANT SWIVET,SWIVEL TYRANNIC,EVIL VICINITY,SURROUNDINGS YEARNS,DESIRE ZINC,GOLD
A. I've found a second answer to the problem, one that I do not want. I will put some counter-examples here.
The following words are Not Lovely Words™: AW, BOWL, CARS, QUEENS.
B. In the chart, MUNCHKIN is listed as a Lovely Word™. This is disputable.
In the chart, MISLODGE is listed as a Lovely Word™. Whether or not this is disputable is disputable.
All Lovely Words™ will have an even number of letters. All listed counter examples also have an even number of letters to give you more to work with.
Try the following:
- Can you find the abnormality in one of the Lovely Words™?
- Can you find the two letters with mutual everlasting love?
The rule isn't complex, although it's not exactly as simple as a doornail. You could determine whether or not a word is a Lovely Word™ by staring at it for perhaps ten seconds.