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The thirteenth longest word in English is antidisestablishmentarianism (28 letters), this is the longest non-coined and non-technical word, it means a political position that originated in nineteenth-century Britain, where antidisestablishmentarians were opposed to proposals to remove the Church of England’s status as the state church of England forwarded principally by both Payne and Tuffin.

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