How to Pronounce tunic?

Correct pronunciation for the word "tunic" is [tjˈuːnɪk], [tjˈuːnɪk], [t_j_ˈuː_n_ɪ_k].

"Tunic" in context

A tunic is a long garment that has been used in many styles since antiquity. It typically falls to the knees or lower, and has either long or short sleeves. The tunic is usually tailored loose or is worn hanging straight from the shoulders, usually with a belt at the waist or hips. Tunics were popular in the Middle Ages and are still a staple in many cultures today.

Tunics were common in ancient Rome and Greece, worn by both men and women. They were typically made of fine linen and decorated with embroidery or intricate patterns.

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