A Compound word full of words

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This compound word is full of words.

You might say it is made up of 2 words and you would be right. But the
first of the 2 words is also a compound word!

You might say it is made up of 3 consecutive words ( I just said that)

You might say it is made up of 4 consecutive words and again you will
be right.

Then you will say that the first and the last of those 4 words when
put together is an english surname. Heard in a famous sitcom.

Any guess?

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    This compound word is full of words.

    You might say it is made up of 2 words and you would be right. But the
    first of the 2 words is also a compound word!

    You might say it is made up of 3 consecutive words ( I just said that)

    You might say it is made up of 4 consecutive words and again you will
    be right.

    Then you will say that the first and the last of those 4 words when
    put together is an english surname. Heard in a famous sitcom.

    Any guess?

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      This compound word is full of words.

      You might say it is made up of 2 words and you would be right. But the
      first of the 2 words is also a compound word!

      You might say it is made up of 3 consecutive words ( I just said that)

      You might say it is made up of 4 consecutive words and again you will
      be right.

      Then you will say that the first and the last of those 4 words when
      put together is an english surname. Heard in a famous sitcom.

      Any guess?

      share|improve this question

      This compound word is full of words.

      You might say it is made up of 2 words and you would be right. But the
      first of the 2 words is also a compound word!

      You might say it is made up of 3 consecutive words ( I just said that)

      You might say it is made up of 4 consecutive words and again you will
      be right.

      Then you will say that the first and the last of those 4 words when
      put together is an english surname. Heard in a famous sitcom.

      Any guess?

      word no-computers

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      asked Nov 29 at 13:21

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          A possibility is

          Newspaperman

          Made up of 2 words – the first of the 2 words is also a compound word, 3 consecutive words & 4 consecutive words

          Newspaper (news + paper) + man = New + spa + per + man

          An english surname. Heard in a famous sitcom.

          Seinfeld when being foiled by his antagonist Newman.

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            Amazing. What took you so long 🙂 @Tom
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            Nov 29 at 14:52

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          Newspaperman

          Made up of 2 words – the first of the 2 words is also a compound word, 3 consecutive words & 4 consecutive words

          Newspaper (news + paper) + man = New + spa + per + man

          An english surname. Heard in a famous sitcom.

          Seinfeld when being foiled by his antagonist Newman.

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            Amazing. What took you so long 🙂 @Tom
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          A possibility is

          Newspaperman

          Made up of 2 words – the first of the 2 words is also a compound word, 3 consecutive words & 4 consecutive words

          Newspaper (news + paper) + man = New + spa + per + man

          An english surname. Heard in a famous sitcom.

          Seinfeld when being foiled by his antagonist Newman.

          share|improve this answer

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            Amazing. What took you so long 🙂 @Tom
            – DEEM
            Nov 29 at 14:52

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          A possibility is

          Newspaperman

          Made up of 2 words – the first of the 2 words is also a compound word, 3 consecutive words & 4 consecutive words

          Newspaper (news + paper) + man = New + spa + per + man

          An english surname. Heard in a famous sitcom.

          Seinfeld when being foiled by his antagonist Newman.

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          A possibility is

          Newspaperman

          Made up of 2 words – the first of the 2 words is also a compound word, 3 consecutive words & 4 consecutive words

          Newspaper (news + paper) + man = New + spa + per + man

          An english surname. Heard in a famous sitcom.

          Seinfeld when being foiled by his antagonist Newman.

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            Amazing. What took you so long 🙂 @Tom
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            Nov 29 at 14:52

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          Amazing. What took you so long 🙂 @Tom
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          Amazing. What took you so long 🙂 @Tom
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