1 In China, for example, where a number of different dialects are spoken, the same character can be pronounced in myriad ways.
2 "Indeed, mama, but you can -- and will," pronounced the haughty voice of Blanche, as she turned round on the piano-stool.
3 So pronounced is this class distinction that some races will not go near another for fear of being polluted.
4 "Indeed, mama, " pronounced the haughty voice of Blanche, as she turned round on the piano-stool; where till now she had sat silent, apparently examining sundry sheets of music.
5 No act of abnegation was more pronounced than his refusal of any rewards for his discovery.
6 The posterior leg pairs were slightly longer than those preceding it, giving the creature a pronounced trough between its 'back' and the vertically oriented front end.
7 The court pronounced against my claim to the land.
8 The dinner was pronounced excellent by all the guests.
9 Today's chefs love to lace their goods with lively, pronounced flavors.
10 On his refusal to appear in person or by his attorney, he was pronounced contumacious.
11 I'm told I have a very pronounced English accent when I speak French.
12 Latest statistics suggest the North/South divide is becoming even more pronounced.
13 The judge pronounced for the defendant, and also said that his opponent should pay the court costs.
14 The judge pronounced against the prisoner, and he was led away by the policeman.
15 Words written alike are often pronounced differently.