[ ɹˈɒmɪʃ], [ ɹˈɒmɪʃ], [ ɹ_ˈɒ_m_ɪ_ʃ]
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How to use "Romish" in context?
Romish is defined as a characteristic or style of speech or writing characteristic of the Romance languages. It is often characterized by the use of archaisms, relative pronouns, and ornamentation.
Homophones for Romish:
- rain-wash, roanoke, remains, rumex, rooming house, ramous, rhyniaceae, ramose, raring, reharmonise, rnase, renounce, rearing, rink, romanize, rinse, Ramses Ii, rings, rhyming, rain check, roman nose, Ramesses Ii, raunchy, remiss, ramus, Romanic, rummage, riming, raining, rhenish, Raininess, Remise, remus, Rheims, runch, roaring, Romans, rooms, ring, ruining, range, ranch, running away, ranch house, Rumansh, Rawness, Raunch, rain gage, renewing, remake, room access, rareness, rhonchus, rank, rung, remaining, running, runic, Reims, rimose, runniness, romanise, rain gauge, romaic, rameses, reharmonize, rum nose, Rameses Ii, romanesque, ramesses, romance, Romansh, ransack, running shoe, rowing, rhamnus, reminisce, rearrange, rangy, roominess, rhamnaceae, renege, ramses, ruinous, rehearing, rayons.
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- intelligently, meditatively, pensively, reflectively, thoughtfully, Contemplatively, fancily, Ponderingly.