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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of wimbush

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of wimbush:

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  1. such data? There was much of Henry Wimbush in the long
  2. Mrs. Wimbush's boudoir was in the central tower on the garden front. A little staircase
  3. Wimbush was lying on the sofa. A blotting-pad rested on her knees and she was thoughtfully
  4. sorry. Mrs. Wimbush laughed. Her voice, her laughter, were deep and masculine. Everything
  5. to give it utterance. To begin with, he said... But he was too late. Mrs. Wimbush's
  6. it high. Henry Wimbush was forced to sell some of his Primitives--a Taddeo da Poggibonsi,
  7. pity you don't believe in these things, Denis, such a pity, said Mrs. Wimbush in her deep,
  8. counts in Life.' Mrs. Wimbush lowered the book. Beautiful, isn't it? she said. Denis
  9. appearance. Henry Wimbush had begun to pour out the tea. He was one of those ageless,
  10. Henry Wimbush's school-fellow and exact contemporary, Mr. Scogan looked far older and, at the same
  11. no more than a lazy mask of wax. She was Henry Wimbush's own niece; that bowler-like countenance
  12. was one of the Wimbush heirlooms; it ran in the family, appearing in its female members
  13. find? Henry Wimbush leaned forward; the most promising of buds was nipped. To begin with,
  14. said Denis desperately, there was the Ballet... Last week, Mr. Wimbush went on softly and
  15. he said, when Mr. Wimbush had finished; quite extraordinary! He helped himself to another
  16. CHAPTER V. Mr. Wimbush had taken them to see the sights
  17. of the Home Farm, and now they were standing, all six of them--Henry Wimbush, Mr. Scogan,
  18. styes. This is a good sow, said Henry Wimbush. She had a litter of fourteen. Fourteen?
  19. Mary echoed incredulously. She turned astonished blue eyes towards Mr. Wimbush, then let them
  20. Mr. Wimbush went on, has done very badly. She only had five in her litter. I shall give