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English Pronunciation - HAVOC
Today's word is havoc. This is both a noun and a verb. As a noun, it means great destruction. For example, you can say, The hurricane brought havoc to the entire area.
English Pronunciation - HEMORRHAGE
Today's word is hemorrhage. This is both a verb and a noun. As a noun, it means an excessive loss of blood. For example, you can say, The hemorrhage in her leg made us all fear for her life.



English Pronunciation - HIATUS
Today's word is hiatus. This is a noun which means a break or missing part. For example, you can say, The television show is going on hiatus so we won't see it again until the fall.
Daily Pronunciation - HONORABLE
Today's word is "honorable". This is an adjective which means being morally correct, distinguished, or respectable. For example, you can say, "My father was an honorable man. He would never tell a lie or treat others unfairly.


 

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