from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Agent noun of pronounce; one who pronounces.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who pronounces, utters, or declares; also, a pronouncing book.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who pronounces, or utters or declares.
One of the quirks of the show is it invites four people onstage to pit their wits against the word pronouncer asking the questions.
Sameer imagined that he and the word pronouncer were hanging out in his living room.
All of the competitors should feel good about being the best spellers in their schools, said word pronouncer and former Times Leader newsroom staffer Jean LaCoe, who noted it was unusual for so many students to hang in for so many rounds.
10: 48: The Jamaicans always are fan favorites, due to accents and their curious insistence on calling the pronouncer "Dr. Bailly" repeatedly.
"I want to make sure I've heard the word correctly," Ananda said about having the "pronouncer" read the words back to him several times.
The bee continued to exhibit a sense of humor in the sentences used by pronouncer Jacques Bailly.
Among other offerings this year, read about the family ties of many top spellers, the impact of the recession on a traditionally robust Canadian contingent, a terrific look at Bee pronouncer Dr. Jacques Bailly and this gripping rundown of Thursday's events.
The pronouncer told him it's a short skirt of linen or cotton worn by men in some Balkan countries.
Please, Mr Prime Minister: you have the opportunity here to be (as we might say in America) the pronouncer-in-chief for today's Britain and generations to come.
All those aides of his, and he couldn't have one of them run and get him a pronouncer?
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