How to Pronounce adder?

Correct pronunciation for the word "adder" is [ˈadə], [ˈadə], [ˈa_d_ə].

"Adder" in context

An adder is a type of reptile that can be found in parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa. They belong to the family of vipers and are known for being venomous creatures. Adders typically have gray or brown-colored scales with a zig-zag pattern on their backs, helping them to camouflage into their natural environments.

The name "adder" originates from an old English word meaning "to sting" which is fitting as adders hold potent venom. This venom is used to help them protect themselves in cases of attack or to capture their prey.

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Usage over time for adder:

This graph shows how "adder" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

26 words made out of letters ADDER

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