How to Pronounce reed?

Correct pronunciation for the word "reed" is [ɹˈiːd], [ɹˈiːd], [ɹ_ˈiː_d].

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"Reed" in context

Reed is a grass-like plant that grows in shallow waters, muddy areas, and the edges of lakes and rivers. It grows in clumps and stands up like a stalk, but is actually made up of several thin stems intertwined together. Interestingly, the stems of the reed can actually stand up in water, despite the heavy flow. The stems provide a safe place for many small aquatic organisms to live in, including insects, small fish, and crustaceans.

Reeds also have several different uses. Because of its toughness and strength, it is often used to make baskets and woven mats for floor coverings.

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