dissyllable dissyllable


  • (n) a word having two syllables


  1. The only possible reason for seeing it is the work of Robert Newton, an excellent actor who can put amazing variety and intensity of meaning into the oft-repeated dissyllable .
  2. Of course, Webster allows that it was "formerly often" a dissyllable, and Shakespeare found it handier thus six times out of seven.
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tangible tangible
/ˈtæn dʒə bəl /