When referring to things made in the home, one word.
LOL No one really made this word. This word was fist used in USENET now is a worldwide word. So no one made this word. It was used by some people. Or maybe a group of people made it.
It's one word 'breakout'... but it is a compound word (one word made from more than one word).
Usually around five baseball gloves can be made from one cow hide.
The word "made" only has one syllable
There are many word combinations for these letters, IUEDNVHS, but no one word can be made from these 8 letters.
no. it is two words.
"Handmade" is one "compound word", sometimes hyphenated as "hand-made"; not to be confused with handmaid, which is NOT hyphenated.
one word that can be made from conquistadors is conquest the word that supposedly conquistadors come from
No, its not because its not 2 words made into one. its one whole word.
depends on the bat. i have one that is made of Carbon Nanotube
Theres one. If you made the word 'I Will" then there would be 2.
== Baseball== I don't think there was a specific date but according to Bill James's Historical Baseball Abstract "base ball" became "baseball" in common usage sometime between 1910 and 1930, depending on the publication the word was printed in.
SOCKET is one.
The French simply use the English word--le baseball, with a pronunciation that mimics the English one.
The word teenager is a compound word that at one time was hyphenated and spelled as teen-ager. Now, it is spelled as one word. A compound noun is a word that is made up of two or more word to form a noun with a meaning of its own.
A battery is made from two cells and a cell is made from one cell.
The word is "monolith" (Greek monolithos for "one stone").
The word is puzzle.
There isn't one. It is a made up word for a song in Mary Poppins.
no, big is not a compound word. a compound word is one big word that is made up of two small ones.
Um no because I rule. I am the one that made peeps up!