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English Pronunciation - CESSION
Today’'s word is cession. This is a noun which means a surrender. For example, you can say, Jody'’s cession of the house showed that she didn'’t care about winning any longer
English Pronunciation - CHASTISE
Today'’s word is chastise. This is a verb which means to discipline or punish. For example, you can say, Dan'’s mother chastised him for talking in church.

Daily Pronunciation - CHICANERY
Today's word is "chicanery". This is a noun which means trickery or the act of deceiving someone. For example, you can say, "The new governor was accused of chicanery after raising sales tax despite his campaign promise of tax cuts.
English Pronunciation - CIRCUMVENT
Today’'s word is circumvent. This is a verb which means to go around or bypass. For example, you can say, We were able to circumvent the fallen bridge by traveling around the lake rather than across it.


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