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How to Pronounce lull?

Correct pronunciation for the word "lull" is [lˈʌl], [lˈʌl], [l_ˈʌ_l].

What are the misspellings for lull?

"Lull" in context

Lull is a noun that describes a period of calm. It can refer to a period of serene rest or quietude, or an interval of decreased activity in an ongoing process. Lulls are most often used to refer to a period of restful sleep or a quiet period of some sort. For example, a lull between classes at school or a lull in an otherwise chaotic workday. A lull can also describe a lack of activity or movement, such as a calm in the weather after a storm or the quiet in a crowded room. In such situations, a lull can provide much needed solace and tranquility to all involved.

What are similar-sounding words for lull?

Usage over time for lull:

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


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