isomorph


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isomorph

(ī′sə-môrf′)
n.
An object, organism, or substance exhibiting isomorphism.
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Isomorphs are words having the same letter pattern with no crashing letters.
3-way internal isomorphs are only to be found amongst words having a multiple of 3 letters.
Recently, a new class of synthetic crystals based on langasite--a lanthanum-galliumsilicate--and its isomorphs, langanite and langatate, have exhibited properties that could make them useful substitutes for quartz in many applications.
With 3 repeated letters, ROSS ECKLER has few isomorphs; they are not mutual isomorphs.
Here, I attempt to find an A-Z of isomorphs for each of them.
EMERY PAPER, FREE WILL, FULL TOSS, HIGH SEAS, KEEP COOL, PROOF SHEET, ROOT BEER, SEE OFF, STATION MANAGER, SUITING ONESELF, TOOK HEED, YELLOW HAMMER These coined examples were included in my article Designer Isomorphs (WW2001090):
HVs lend themselves to the formation of sets of A, E, I, O, U mutual isomorphs.
Further, GABAG and LETEL are palindromic isomorphs.
In this case, the equivalent of shiftwords is non-crashing isomorphs (see WW73-46).
I Eyewitness autobiography item, see knowing's isomorphs.