- n. Plural form of syllable.
“The way in which we string our syllables is our art to share; no two thoughts the same.”
“Quick and dirty pronounciation tip for above-mentioned sounds: Consider that the vowel sounds in Japanese syllables are typically long.”
“_Ichè_, pronounced as two syllables, the Anglo-Saxon word for”
“But the dead do not speak in syllables that an ordinary human ear can hear.”
“Modern Chinese words all have two "syllables"--two characters.”
“But I don't need any of that smoking watery lake to hear the oh so close to the insides of my eyes calling syllables of your name carving themselves into my sand grain by grain.”
““This book is for chill-dren,” I said, emphasizing the space between syllables, which is what, at the time, I thought a French accent was.”
““It is as if the syllables are an aural way of counting,” he said.”
“Instead of being an art, it turns into an exercise in syllables.”
“Some say that there are many such cases, e.g. that the middle strings are represented by nine and eight, and that the epic verse has seventeen syllables, which is equal in number to the two strings, and that the scansion is, in the right half of the line nine syllables, and in the left eight.”
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