A List of English Words With NO Vowels That'll Leave You Stunned

English words with no vowels
The English language comprises several words that do not include a vowel. Buzzle provides a list of words without vowels. Check 'em out!
Longest Vowel-free Word
The longest word without a vowel is 'twyndyllyng' in singular or 'twyndyllyngs' in plural, which means twin or twins, respectively.
Although we use such words quite frequently while speaking, we do not use them as much while writing. Our English is conditioned in such a way that we find it difficult to think of a vowel-free word all of a sudden.

Vowel-free words are mostly useful when playing games like Scrabble, Hangman, or Boggle. Having such words in mind especially at a game of Scrabble or Hangman proves really helpful. For instance, in Scrabble, if you possess no tile with a vowel, you can quickly memorize this list and think of any words that can be framed using your tile combinations.

Similarly, in hangman, a word is easily guessed with the presence of vowels in it. To make Hangman more tough, you could introduce a vowel-free word and stand a good chance to win the round as such words are very tough to guess.

Here's an alphabetical list of words in English, which do not contain a vowel. Take a look.
Vowel-free Words in the English Language
BRR
BRRR
BY
BYRL
BYRLS
BYS
CRWTH
CRWTHS
CRY
CRYPT
CRYPTS
CWM
CWMS
CYST
CYSTS
DRY
DRYLY
DRYS
FLY
FLYBY
FLYBYS
FLYSCH
FRY
GHYLL
GHYLLS
GLYCYL
GLYCYLS
GLYPH
GLYPHS
GYM
GYMS
GYP
GYPS
GYPSY
HM
HMM
HYMN
HYMNS
HYP
HYPS
LYMPH
LYMPHS
LYNCH
LYNX
MM
MY
MYRRH
MYRRHS
MYTH
MYTHS
MYTHY
NTH
NYMPH
NYMPHS
PFFT
PHPHT
PHT
PLY
PRY
PSST
PSYCH
PSYCHS
PYGMY
PYX
RHYTHM
RHYTHMS
RYND
RYNDS
SCRY
SH
SHH
SHY
SHYLY
SKY
SLY
SLYLY
SPRY
SPRYLY
SPY
STY
STYMY
SYLPH
SYLPHS
SYLPHY
SYN
SYNC
SYNCH
SYNCHS
SYNCS
SYNTH
SYNTHS
SYPH
SYPHS
SYZYGY
THY
THYMY
TRY
TRYST
TRYSTS
TSK
TSKS
TSKTSK
TSKTSKS
TYPP
TYPPS
TYPY
WHY
WHYS
WRY
WRYLY
WYCH
WYN
WYND
WYNDS
WYNN
WYNNS
WYNS
XYLYL
XYLYLS
XYST
XYSTS
Now that you know words without vowels, play a game at Scrabble and gain an upper hand with this newly acquired knowledge.
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