American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Relating to, designed for, or showing pronunciation: a pronouncing dictionary.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to, indicating, or teaching pronunciation: as, a pronouncing dictionary.
- v. present participle of pronounce.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Pertaining to, or indicating, pronunciation.
“Writing to her nephew, the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, Katherine audaciously (but privately) lambastes the pope for his delay in pronouncing upon the issue that would define Henry's reign: his divorce of Katherine, an older wife who was almost certain never to bear him a son.”
“How many others are waiting for Anonsters to dazzle us with his knowledge on IQ, human genetics, heritability, seeing how bold he is in pronouncing judgment on those who lack the competence he so manifestly possesses?”
“Especially because, after the thirteenth or fourteenth kind of meat, you begin pronouncing it portentously.”
“Kristin .... you can forget about the fear of pronouncing & recording a French word containing a French "r" - as you mentioned last time.”
“You are certainly right, although with English speakers I noticed mostly the differences in pronouncing vowels, not consonants (like "a" in tomato differs between English and Americans).”
“Kristin.... you can forget about the fear of pronouncing & recording a French word containing a French "r" - as you mentioned last time.”
“I am almost tempted to confess after the perusal of our Minor's poem, that I have been premature in pronouncing the decline of”
“Open (last summer) and the BellSouth Classic (last Sunday), maybe Americans will begin pronouncing his name properly.”
“It was the nearest she could come to pronouncing "orologio," the Italian word for clock.”
“Coovenden," replied Jacqueline with the hesitancy she could never quite overcome in pronouncing this assumed title.”
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