34 of the Toughest Winning Words From the National Spelling Bee

34 of the Toughest Winning Words From the National Spelling Bee

The Scripps National Spelling Bee has been a yearly tradition since the 1920s. How would you fare trying to spell these baffling winning words?


 

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Winning word 1928: albumen

Who won: Betty Robinson, a 13-year-old from Indiana

How to say it: “al-byoo-muh n”

What it means: egg white (as well as a type of protein found in egg whites and milk)

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