What is another word for pronounced?

Pronunciation: [pɹənˈa͡ʊnst] (IPA)

Synonyms for Pronounced:

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What are the hypernyms for Pronounced?

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What are the opposite words for pronounced?

Antonyms for the word pronounced include words that have the opposite meaning or no degree of emphasis. Some antonyms include unpronounced, whispered, muted, understated, or unnoticeable. Unpronounced means something that is not emphasized or emphasized less than usual, and whispered means a word spoken in a low tone. Muted describes something that is suppressed or toned down, while understated means something that is expressed with restraint or subtlety. Lastly, unnoticeable means something that is not noticeable or fails to draw attention. Understanding antonyms is important in improving one's English vocabulary and communication skills.

Usage examples for Pronounced

"And that reminds me," I said, "that the word you have just misused she always pronounced with a caress!"
"My Lady of the Chimney Corner"
Alexander Irvine
Within three or four days more, the Judge was pronounced able to begin the journey up the China coast, from which he had only that day returned.
"The Locusts' Years"
Mary Helen Fee
His tone grew bitter as he pronounced the last words.
"The Locusts' Years"
Mary Helen Fee

Famous quotes with Pronounced

  • It's a brilliant surface in that sunlight. The horizon seems quite close to you because the curvature is so much more pronounced than here on earth. It's an interesting place to be. I recommend it.
    Neil Armstrong
  • This was the man, this Balaam, I say, was the man, who desired to die the death of the righteous, and that his last end might be like his; and this was the state of his mind when he pronounced these words.
    Joseph Butler
  • Of course, in the United States, which at the time was a very young country, there were also class distinctions. They weren't as pronounced, but they quickly evolved as well.
    Iris Chang
  • The child is pronounced pretty. I think it quite otherwise.
    Salmon Portland Chase
  • A great many things have been pronounced untrue and absurd, and even impossible, by the highest authorities in the age in which they lived, which have afterwards, and, indeed, within a very short period, been found to be both possible and true.
    Catherine Crowe

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