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1. apostrophe

noun. ['əˈpɑːstrəˌfiː'] the mark (') used to indicate the omission of one or more letters from a printed word.

Synonyms

Etymology

  • apostrophe (French)
  • apostrophe (Latin)

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Rhymes with Apostrophe

  • astrophotography
  • atrophy
  • autobiography
  • bibliography
  • biography
  • calligraphy
  • catastrophe
  • choreography
  • chromatography
  • cinematography
  • crystallography
  • demography
  • discography
  • dystrophy
  • echography
  • geography
  • hagiography
  • historiography
  • iconography
  • kaumography

How do you pronounce apostrophe?

Pronounce apostrophe as əˈpɑstrəˌfi.

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2. apostrophe

noun. ['əˈpɑːstrəˌfiː'] address to an absent or imaginary person.

Etymology

  • apostrophe (French)
  • apostrophe (Latin)
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