and many instances of final <3> used to represent a voiced sibilant
in plural endings: e.
Interchangeable fricative or sibilant
letters (formed with whistling air): [?
Admittedly, the palatal sibilant
in anles cannot be the same as the OIA one and is probably an Armenian suffix (cf.
I liked the way many of the lines are overstressed and paired words often clash ("velvet, crumpled"), while the deliberate use of the sibilant
"s" and "z" throughout also tangibly evokes the noise and chaos of public life.
He changed the year to 1915, as Husain-lore has it, as he found the earlier date irritatingly sibilant
There is a musicality in the mere names of the places that are evoked--Tennessee, Tra-na-rossan, Inisheer--the liquidity of the sound of their names, their sibilant
swell, further heightened by their being physically located on water, and even 'drenched by rain'.
Two birds (presumably the paired male and female) were present when I encircled the nest site with a mist net, and gave a long series of rapid high-pitched trills and sibilant
notes at the nest site.
Specifically, this tends to affect consonants such as "b," "p" and "d" and sibilant
sounds such as "s" and "sh," all of which are very important for speech comprehension.
Those patients with nonspecific viral upper respiratory infections followed by wheezing and diffuse sibilant
rhonchi on physical examination and hyperaeration on the chest X-ray were diagnosed as AB.
I'd labor in an ecstasy of self-congratulation, producing perhaps a hundred words a day, intoning the sibilant
syllables until they appeared to make sense.
Scouser Peter Sissons, sounding forth on Liverpool And The Media in a St George's Hall Roscoe Lecture, had splendid things to say about the ECHO, barring that we turned him down for his first job in journalism.
For the syllable-repetition subtest, patients were instructed to repeat the bilabial syllables/pa/and/pi/, as well as the sibilant