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English Pronunciation - edible
Today's word is edible. This is both an adjective and a noun. As an adjective, it means appropriate to be eaten. For example, you can say, All the decorative cake toppings are completely edible.
Daily Pronunciation - eerie
Today's word is "eerie". This is an adjective which means uncanny or weird. For example, you can say, "The empty house had an eerie feel."



English Pronunciation - empathy
Today's word is "empathy". This is a noun which means the capacity or ability to understand the feelings of people. For example, you can say, "Violent criminals often lack a sense of empathy towards others."
English Pronunciation - encumber
Today's word is encumber. This is a verb which means to hamper or burden. For example, you can say, We were encumbered by the heavy suitcases; we couldnt move quickly.


 

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