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How to pronounce Nonentity, Notorious, Noxious, and Nuance?

Daily Pronunciation - NONENTITY
Today's word is "nonentity". This is a noun which means a person who is thought as being unimportant or insignificant. For example, you can say, "As a new immigrant to America, Mario felt he was a nonentity because he had no money or connection."
English Pronunciation Lesson - NOTORIOUS
Today’'s word is notorious. This is an adjective which means widely and unfavorably known. For example, you can say, The newspaper was notorious for its unreliable reporting.

English Pronunciation Lesson - NOXIOUS
Today’'s word is noxious. This is an adjective which means harmful to ones health. For example, you can say, They had to get out of the house before the noxious fumes from the chemicals knocked them out.
English Pronunciation - NUANCE
Today's word is "nuance". This is a noun which means a subtle degree of difference in meaning and expression. For example, you can say, "To truly understand the nuances between synonyms, you often have to see how those similar words are used in various situations."

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