Where to break the word "process" at the end of a line in the meaning "a series of actions" in US English? Dictionaries disagree on this (or I am misinterpreting what they say):
Merriam-Webster online: pro-cess
Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary: Eleventh Edition, printed 2003: pro-cess
I've asked on the sites of the two dictionaries; no answer so far.
Some people told me that printed edition of Merriam-Webster of 1981 also says "pro-cess".
Some people say that they read "proc-" with "k", implying that one should break as "pro-".
Some people say that when they read "pro-", they think of it as a usual prefix, and "cess" is also a legal (though, infrequent) noun.
I really don't know how good these explanations are.