Facetious

\fə-ˈsē-shəs\

Adjective

facetious (comparative more facetious, superlative most facetious)

  1. Treating serious issues with deliberately inappropriate humor; flippant
  2. Pleasantly humourous, jocular

This word uses all five vowels just once and in alphabetical order (others are abstemious, abstentious, annelidous, arsenious, casesious and fracedinous). If y is counted as a vowel, then facetiously uses all six vowels in alphabetical order.

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