"rhythm" is the longest english word without a vowel
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i've been contemplating this for a couple of days and i still don't know what to make of it.  i love a good brain teaser
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hate to be a wet blanket, but "y", in this case is a vowel.

just as "y" is a vowel in the words "fairy" or "dyke"

https://www.oxforddictionaries.com/page/yvowelconsonant

https://www.phonicsontheweb.com/y-roles.php

https://www.decoz.com/y_vowel-consonant.htm
it is also interesting that while rhythm is a musical term, it is difficult to write songs about it because there is no perfect rhyming word for rhythm.

read more: https://wiki.answers.com/q/what_rhymes_with_rhythm#ixzz1mxjqv7od

however,  blanket is rather easy if you choose to use more than one word.  for example "spank it"

it is also interesting that while i was searching for words that had two "h"s, i found a list that did not include the word "rhythm"...my brain is spazzing out. of course spazz rhymes with jazz, but i'll save that dissertation for another day
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