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articulate to speak or pronounce (words or syllables) clearly and distinctly. [2/10 definitions]
aspirate in phonetics, to pronounce (a speech sound) with an audible release or rush of air, as the "h" in "helium" or the "p" in "pickle". [1/5 definitions]
burr2 to pronounce the letter "r" with a harsh trill, as do the Scots. [2/5 definitions]
clip1 to pronounce precisely and rapidly, leaving out some sounds. [1/11 definitions]
decree to pronounce or put forth a decree. [1/3 definitions]
diphthongize to pronounce as or make into a diphthong. [1/2 definitions]
drawl to pronounce or speak slowly, esp. with vowel sounds greatly lengthened. [1/2 definitions]
enunciate to pronounce (words), esp. in a clear and distinct voice. [2/3 definitions]
knell to signal or pronounce. [1/6 definitions]
mince to pronounce or utter with unnatural or affected refinement. [1/7 definitions]
mispronounce to pronounce poorly or incorrectly.
misspeak to state or pronounce incorrectly.
mouthful a word or phrase that is very long or difficult to pronounce. [1/4 definitions]
pass to express; pronounce. [2/30 definitions]
pronounceable combined form of pronounce.
pronunciation a phonetic transcription showing how to pronounce a word, syllable, or other combination of letters. [1/4 definitions]
render to officially and formally pronounce. [1/7 definitions]
slur to run (sounds or words) together; pronounce indistinctly. [1/8 definitions]
sound1 to say aloud; pronounce. [1/11 definitions]
stutter to pronounce or say with a stutter. [1/5 definitions]
tongue twister a word or series of words difficult to pronounce or speak quickly, usu. because of repeated, similar consonant sounds.