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@suzen4340 I'm not sure what word you were asking about because it was edited out. It's strange that some words are not allowed in US English but they are allowed in UK English. The three letter f-- word for "cigarette" for example.
@hayray Sorry but Freon is a registered trademark (in other words, a proper noun).
Please add the word "plutoid". Plutoids are celestial bodies in orbit around the Sun at a semi-major axis greater than that of Neptune that have sufficient mass for their self-gravity to overcome rigid body forces so that they assume a hydrostatic equilibrium (near-spherical) shape, and that have not cleared the neighbourhood around their orbit. Satellites of plutoids are not plutoids themselves.