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#183020 - 02/27/09 09:07 PM coeval in truespel  
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coeval PRONUNCIATION:(ko-EE-vuhl)

I hear ~koe"eevoe by speaker
Could be said ~koewweevool

where in ~truespel

~oe as in "toe"
~ww starts a stressed syl
~ee as in "tree"
~ool as in "wool"

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#183025 - 02/28/09 12:16 AM Re: coeval in truespel [Re: tom zurinskas]  
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There ya go. The great benefit of truespel. If someone has incomprehensible pronunciation you can't make out what they're writing either. They don't even need poor penmanship.

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