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How many parts in the combined created word antiunwillingness? If in the view of linguistics?Affixes and roots should be counted.

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eish I have no actual idea ... but if I had to hazard an answer I would say there are just three parts anti, un, and willingness - ness of course could be construed a suffix to willing but to me it is part of the root word now combined and created so I am not counting it in. Actually if I'm counting in un I guess I should count in ness so maybe 4? As for the second question I don't know what it implies or is asking even. LOL guess I'm not much help :-p

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