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Correct spelling for PRONUNCIATE
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Possible correct spellings for pronunciate
- Profanity(Definition of profanity)
- Profundity(Definition of profundity)
- Promenade(Definition of promenade)
- Pronounced(Definition of pronounced)
- Propitiate(Definition of propitiate)
- Enunciate(Definition of enunciate)
- Pronouncing(Definition of Pronouncing)
- Pronunciation(Definition of pronunciation)
- Pronounce(Definition of pronounce)
- Provincial(Definition of provincial)
And to give good color to his words, and fit his surroundings, he adds a bit of profanity to it.
I have met many men of letters, artists and statesmen, but never one who impressed me so much with the profundity of his learning and thought as did verestshagin, and i am not easily impressed.
We went upstairs, and after we had made our choice a second time, we renewed our promenade in the garden.
She could have pronounced it fast enough if she had wanted to!
Mr. graves was nervous and uneasy, but did his utmost to propitiate mary.
Likewise when he began to "feel his feet," he volunteered again the opinion which we heard him enunciate to his master, that "folks as gets on the ice, middle of plane pond, middle of the night, etc, bean't up to no good;" a remark whose naivete drew forth a great laugh, and likewise an admonition from the coroner that the witness should not volunteer opinions containing an imputation of motive until he was asked for it-which admonition for the most part was sheer sanscrit to old joe.
At the commencement of this exercise with a child, the sentence must be short, and he may be permitted to repeat each word after he has spelled it, which will help him to remember the word that follows;-but as he advances, he may be made to spell the whole without pronouncing the words; and the length of the sentence may be made to correspond with his ability.
While words are conventional symbols, modulations of the voice are natural signs, which accompany the pronunciation of words, and are necessary elements of natural speech.
Come, come, harrington, pronounce you must.
He has so stirred her sympathies for the woman whom he pronounces a paragon of all the virtues and graces, that i begin to fidget now at the sound of the prisoner's name, and can hardly look my wife straight in the face.
It is simply a novel of russian provincial life.