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How to Pronounce law?

Correct pronunciation for the word "law" is [lˈɔː], [lˈɔː], [l_ˈɔː].

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"Law" in context

Law is a system of rules designed to protect citizens and ensure justice across a society. It is founded on principles of right and wrong, and its aim is to maintain order, safety and fairness. Every law serves an important purpose, from criminal laws to civil laws to regulations. By creating a balance of power and responsibility, the law helps to make sure that citizens have their basic rights, are rewarded for their hard work, and are punished for their wrongdoing. Without laws, society could descend into chaos. There would be no justice or accountability, and people would not be held accountable for their actions. Laws also help to regulate the economy and protect citizens from exploitation.

What are similar-sounding words for law?

Usage over time for law:

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


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