How to Pronounce herald?

Correct pronunciation for the word "herald" is [hˈɛɹə͡ld], [hˈɛɹə‍ld], [h_ˈɛ_ɹ_əl_d].

"Herald" in context

A herald is a messenger with an important message that needs to be shared. Heralds can originate from within a community, from a foreign country, or from within history. Usually, the message a herald brings is of great significance to the hearers and can influence their lives greatly. In ancient times, heralds were used to announce the arrival of a king or emperor or to spread news of important battles and treaties. In the Middle Ages, heralds were responsible for announcing the arrival of seasonal festivals and fairs. Today, heralds may be used to announce the arrival of holidays, special events, and royal occasions.

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