sibilant Meaning in Bengali - Synonyms and Definition of sibilant
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Synonyms of sibilant

adjective

Definition of sibilant

adjective

(of a speech sound) sounded with a hissing effect, for example s , sh.

The addition of e before s after sibilant consonants (pass/passes) and final o (go/goes).

a sibilant speech sound.

But I love hearing French rapped - all those elisions and sibilants are a dreamy alternative to hard-consonant English spitting.

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Example of sibilant

  • After about a minute, a single car stopped in front of them, its door hissing open with pneumatic sibilance .

  • An occasional sibilance of hazy white noise and clattering of plates pock marks the almost celestial church organ that began the piece.

  • At which point we notice how the sibilance in the closing lines seems to amplify the silence into which poetry and society have both fallen and adds a note of disgust to the speaker's despair as well.

  • But I love hearing French rapped - all those elisions and sibilants are a dreamy alternative to hard-consonant English spitting.

  • English, Chinese, and Japanese all share sounds that involve very high rates of air flow out of the mouth - the sibilant fricatives.

  • Floating in glass-topped court-tank of aquamarine. Underwater wave lengths of muffled sibilance , mutated boom.

  • From the quiet strains of a young Henry Mancini to the jarring sibilant tones whenever the monster makes an appearance, it is a piece of movie history.

  • He kept separate the constituents of consonantal clusters, relishing sibilants and fricatives as much as plosives and liquids, and studied the duration of pauses as carefully as the duration of syllables.

  • His speed-speak makes for a high-energy performance, but when compounded with a slight sibilance , it compels the audience to pay close attention to catch what he's saying.

  • It doesn't involve any slurry sibilants and its only pesky, easy-to-drop vowel is held prisoner between two rugged consonants.