[ flˈa͡ɪspɛks], [ flˈaɪspɛks], [ f_l_ˈaɪ_s_p_ɛ_k_s]
How to use "Flyspecks" in context?
Flyspecks are specks of dust or cloud that are floating in the air. They can be seen when the sun is shining or when the air is extremely still. Flyspecks are sometimes mistaken for snowflakes, but snowflakes are much smaller and have a uniform shape.
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