# Longest alphabetical sentence [closed]

What is the longest alphabetized (by first letter) sentence you can construct?

For example, consider these "words":

be, a, fish, elephant, crashed, dead

If this were a sentence, it would be valid:

A be crashed dead elephant fish

The sentence doesn't have to be logical, but it must be a sentence. Example of an illogical sentence:

The fish walked over the air

If you run out of 26 words somehow, you may start over at A yet again, but no reusing words.

## closed as too broad by Justin, hexomino, Deusovi♦, Alconja, MariusJul 20 '16 at 12:30

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• wordcounter.net may help with counting your words/word reuse – Justin Feb 7 '15 at 6:17
• Unfortunately, contests like this one seem to devolve into ones of stretching what it means to be a sentence. – xnor Feb 7 '15 at 11:54
• Do the words just have to be in alphabetical order, or do they have to start with successive letters like your example does? – xnor Feb 7 '15 at 11:58