How to Pronounce obelisk?

Correct pronunciation for the word "obelisk" is [ˈɒbəlɪsk], [ˈɒbəlɪsk], [ˈɒ_b_ə_l_ɪ_s_k].

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"Obelisk" in context

An obelisk is a large, four-sided, pointed, monolithic monument usually made of solid stone, ranging in height from several meters to over 140 feet. Obelisks symbolize a connection to the gods or religious symbols, or they are seen as a marker of a powerful leader.

One of the most well-known obelisks is the Cleopatra's Needle, located in Central Park in New York. It was moved from the Temple of Ra at Heliopolis, Egypt in 1879. It stands over 68 feet tall, with an additional 21 feet underground, and is composed of red granite.

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