[ mˈakəlˌe͡ɪ], [ mˈakəlˌeɪ], [ m_ˈa_k_ə_l_ˌeɪ]
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How to use "Macaulay" in context?
Macaulay was once hailed as one of the greatest writers in english. he was born in 1742 inÃ¦â€“Â°Ã¨Â¥Â¿Ã¥â€¦Â°Ã¥Å¸Å½Ã¥Â Â¡, and died in 1829. throughout his life, he wrote a great many books, including history, poetry, and biography. his prose is clear and concise, and he has been compared to the great poets and writers of english literature. he is best known for his epic poem, "the tower of Babel". his works continue to be popular, and are often studied in school classrooms around the world.
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Homophones for Macaulay:
- makalu, mackle, mensal, mescal, macule, musical, Mukalla, meekly, micelle, mew gull, monomaniacal, missal, macula, megacycle, muckhill, mosaic law, miniscule, megachile, mokulu, musically, mucosal, manacle, mizzle, minuscule, meningeal, McCaulley, muesli, mogul, Minke Whale, miscall, maxilla, mccawley, macleaya, muscle, mangle, muckle, moonshell, mamoncillo, messily, mezcal, monongahela, macushla, mislay, Megillah, Mohs Scale, mongolia, mugil, misally, muzzle, mawkishly, maniacal, mainsail, mcauley, mosul, mexicali, majuscule, measly, michael, moselle, mccauley, mickle, moghul, mccallie, mussel, mecholyl, magical, macauley, magically, missoula, music hall, maxwell, musial, moon shell, meningocele, music school, monocycle, mingle, mess hall, mongol, mesial, missile, Mock Azalia, monocle.
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- intelligently, meditatively, pensively, reflectively, thoughtfully, Contemplatively, fancily, Ponderingly.