sandhi

NOUN
  1. the articulatory process whereby the pronunciation of a word or morpheme changes when it is followed immediately by another (especially in fluent speech)
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How To Use sandhi In A Sentence

  • Although most of North Yorkshire was snowbound Sandhill Lane provided a welcome island of green.
  • Actually the current version automatically converts one type of tone sandhi: if you have a case like "bu4 yao4" (不要), the result will be "bu2 yao4". freshmeat.net Releases
  • I saw all kinds of birds, including two sandhill cranes walking around very close. Turkey Season Recap
  • For decades, he had spent his days wandering out into the desert, searching the sandhills for artifacts.
  • In the summer season, swans and sandhill cranes flock to the province by the millions.
  • The land types are diverse: ranges, some sandhill country, and large mulga stands - some of the largest remaining stands of old growth mulga, according to Mr Schrader.
  • The habitat is given in his publication as ‘sandy and rocky soil, fields, pine barrens, and flatwoods,’ but habitat in the Carolinas and Virginia could be described more specifically as sandhills.
  • And for the connoisseurs among you - it was not as gamey as bald eagle but a bit stringier than sandhill crane. Archive 2009-12-01
  • Loka is in the locative case, the final vowel indicating to the locative having been dropped for sandhi. The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3 Books 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12
  • Dropping down through the pungent pines, they passed woods-embowered cottages, quaint and rustic, of artists and writers, and went on across wind-blown rolling sandhills held to place by sturdy lupine and nodding with pale CHAPTER VI
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