What is the longest sentence that uses each vowel only once?
- Any number of consonants can be used.
- The letters: A, E, I, O, and U appear exactly once.
- Y is considered a vowel, and as such, can only appear once.
- All words must be English words in the Sowpods Scrabble dictionary and/or Merriam-Webster and must contain at least one vowel.
Which word uses rhythm charms?
The letters A, E, I, O, U, and Y each appear exactly one time. This sentence is short, though (only 25 letters).
What is the longest sentence fitting these rules that can be made?
Note: Sentences do not have to be meaningful (they can just be a random string of words together). If you can come up with a long, meaningful sentence, that's even better!
The longest I could find is 44 letters. Can you match (or possibly beat) that?