How to Pronounce obits?

Correct pronunciation for the word "obits" is [ˈɒbɪts], [ˈɒbɪts], [ˈɒ_b_ɪ_t_s].

"Obits" in context

A person's obituary is a written notice of death, usually printed in local newspapers, or in the case of a famous individual, on major national or international papers. Generally, obituaries include an overview or summary of the deceased's life, as well as information about their immediate family and relatives. The exact details of an obituary vary depending on the circumstances of the death. Someone's obituary is often one of the first forms of tribute to a memory of a loved one, and can provide a lasting record of the deceased's legacy.


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