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Originally Posted By: Zedhere slough rhymes with through as in threw
(or with tough as has been mentioned enough)
Depends on the meaning. Which slough is that?
Slough (rhymes with plow) is a noun meaning a swamp, as in Bunyan's 'Slough of Despond' in Pilgrim's Progress. In some dialects it is possibly pronounced 'sloe' or 'sloff'?
Slough (sluff) is a verb for what a snake does with unwanted skin. It can possibly also be 'sloff' to some?
What's the Slough you promounce slew (rhymes with through)?
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