Almost a word game here but I do have a serious question. Allow me to explain... Take the word Establish - To make firm or stable (amongst many other meanings) Append it with -ment to make Establishment - A settled arrangement (such as a government) Append it with -arian to make Establishmentarian - Someone in favour of a particular establishment. Pre-fix it with Dis- to make Disestablishmentarian - Someone in favour of the removal of an establishment Can you see where I'm going with this? Pre-fix this with Anti- and you have Antidisestablishmentarian - Someone opposed to the removal of an establishment. Append with a good old -ism and you have what is often erroneously taught as the longest word in the english language (yeah I know!!) My question is, just how much further could this go? Antidisestablishmentarianismisationalistically? Is that feasible as a word? I take it to mean "With regards to the process of the growth of antidisestablishmentarianism" but may well have my suffixes muddled! Is there a limit? Can any of you think of longer concatenations? Perhaps to words like Sesquipedalian or Paraskevidekatriaphobia or floccinaucinihilipilification?