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How to Pronounce Moths?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Moths" is [mˈɒθs], [mˈɒθs], [m_ˈɒ_θ_s].

"Moths" in context

Moths are small to medium-sized insects, in the same family as butterflies, with over 2,000 species native to North America alone. They are typically identified by their hairy or fuzzy head and thorax, and long antennae. Most moths are brown or gray in color, while some moths can have colorful patterns or bright yellow, pink and blue wings.

These fascinating insects vary in size, ranging from tiny, less than a quarter inch across, to some of the largest moths reaching up to 6 inches in length. They feed on pollens, nectar, and other organic materials.

Usage over time for Moths:

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


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