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Example sentences for syllable

There is no authority or accenting the second syllable.
People are becoming more illiterate by avoiding character consuming real words and even more than one syllable.
It was a typical line from a president who likes words of one syllable.
In the eye of the writer that one little syllable add so much gravitas.
Why the president chose it remains unclear, but he enunciates each syllable with a grin.
In such a system each character represents a syllable consisting of one consonant and one vowel or two vowels.
But it merits every clanging syllable of it, right down to the last unpleasant word.
There is not a syllable of truth in his characterization of my theater or my views.
And this best version typically has a similar syllable structure, variation and sequence as the final adult version of the song.
My vocabulary was laced with three-syllable words, and the local librarian was a good friend.
It is the meter, two three syllable fragments that convey meaning.
The answer is that speed depends on the average amount of information packed in a single syllable.
The strong syllable in an outriding foot has always a great stress and after the outrider follows a short pause.
Bravely let him speak the utmost syllable of his confession.
Well, this is a little tricky, because you gotta maintain the right syllable count.
The names have everything: cultural recognizability, single-syllable simplicity, they're even easy to spell.
Everyone who writes even a syllable about race needs to absorb its lessons.
With none of the usual red-in-the-face parental haranguing, it reminds her who is boss in a syllable.
We had devoted a year to creating the album, spent a lot of money, thought and rethought every note and syllable.

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