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How to Pronounce courtiers?

Correct pronunciation for the word "courtiers" is [kˈɔːti͡əz], [kˈɔːti‍əz], [k_ˈɔː_t_iə_z].

"Courtiers" in context

Courtiers provide much more than the traditional role of a servant. They are respected individuals in their field, highly trained and qualified. Through their knowledge and experience, courtiers provide guidance and advice to monarchs or administrative heads of state on how to govern effectively.

At its core, courtiers are responsible for keeping the monarch informed on matters of both politics and economics. Some of their duties include handling bureaucratic paperwork, attending meetings and conferences, participating in diplomatic negotiations and providing counsel and support to their employer.

In addition to their political role, courtiers are often viewed as the symbol of the monarch's dignity and power.

What are similar-sounding words for courtiers?

Usage over time for courtiers:

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

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