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2010-01-20 telecast [en] telecast pronunciation votes
2010-01-20 tailpipe [en] tailpipe pronunciation votes
2010-01-20 plagiarized [en] plagiarized pronunciation votes
2010-01-19 Burroughs [en] Burroughs pronunciation votes
2010-01-19 devo [en] devo pronunciation votes
2010-01-19 glycolic peel [en] glycolic peel pronunciation votes
2010-01-19 unipotent [en] unipotent pronunciation votes
2010-01-19 multipotent [en] multipotent pronunciation votes
2010-01-19 fibrocartilage [en] fibrocartilage pronunciation votes
2010-01-19 hyaline [en] hyaline pronunciation votes
2010-01-19 chondrocyte [en] chondrocyte pronunciation votes
2010-01-19 Chondroblast [en] Chondroblast pronunciation votes
2010-01-19 Areolar [en] Areolar pronunciation votes
2010-01-19 Proteoglycan [en] Proteoglycan pronunciation 1 votes Best pronunciation
2010-01-19 Reticular [en] Reticular pronunciation votes
2010-01-19 phagocytize [en] phagocytize pronunciation votes
2010-01-19 Adipocyte [en] Adipocyte pronunciation votes
2010-01-19 Fibroblast [en] Fibroblast pronunciation votes
2010-01-19 ureter [en] ureter pronunciation votes
2010-01-19 serous [en] serous pronunciation votes
2010-01-19 Codon [en] Codon pronunciation votes
2010-01-19 Pluripotent [en] Pluripotent pronunciation votes
2010-01-16 anxiously [en] anxiously pronunciation 2 votes Best pronunciation
2010-01-16 biomolecule [en] biomolecule pronunciation votes
2010-01-15 Richter [en] Richter pronunciation votes
2010-01-15 defy [en] defy pronunciation 2 votes Best pronunciation
2010-01-15 waddling [en] waddling pronunciation votes
2010-01-15 Reagan [en] Reagan pronunciation votes
2010-01-15 mightiest [en] mightiest pronunciation votes
2010-01-15 saviour [en] saviour pronunciation votes

User's info

Born and raised in Toronto, Canada in 1971. I have a Ph.D in biological sciences, specifically genetics and cell biology.

I try to pronounce words as I would in everyday speech rather than fully enunciated. I speak with a West/Central Canadian accent. It is rhotic (final "R" pronounced), I pronounce cot-caught and Mary-merry-marry the same. I also speak with a Canadian Rising -- the vowel sound of "house" and "houses" is different and is the source of the amusing (yet incorrect) belief that Canadians pronounce "out and about" as "oot and aboot"; Wikipedia has a good article on this.

Sex: Male

Accent/country: Canada

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