Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pronounce.(verb)
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Use "pronounces" in a sentence
"I've been noticing lately how irritating the high pitched whistle that happens when McCain pronounces the "S" sound."
"Margolies, who owns the Willys name pronounces it WIL'-ees, specializes in Jeep replacement parts but his company is not otherwise in the lineage or affiliated with the original firm."
"How ironic, then, that a political party whose very name pronounces its ambition to speak for and on behalf of all Maori should end up throwing its support behind the direct political descendants of the colonial authorities who enlisted the kupapa."