The only word I can think of that has the same letter repeated (at least) three times consecutively is créée such as in ...

La nouvelle fonction qu'il a créée [..]

Are there other examples?

  • let me simply point out that in French é and e are not really the same letter.. – user13512 May 24 '17 at 20:41
  • Well yeah. The alphabet still contains only 26 letters. There are no special places for é, è, à, î and others. – Remi.b May 24 '17 at 20:50

Of Course there are. You should check wikipédia for some examples

See : Wikipédia - Mots avec trois lettres identiques à la suite

As precised in this article (which might not record every example), these are "all past particpates from first group verbs in their feminin form and their plurals".

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