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A unit of pronunciation having one vowel (or vowel-equivalent) sound, with or without surrounding consonants, forming the whole or a part of a word.

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Marked only has two syllables in poetic or archaic usage. Aged has two syllables when used as a noun (some of the aged need motorised shopping trolleys), or as a "standalone" adjective (an aged …
answered Dec 19 '11 by FumbleFingers
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) syllables (and, maybe, say/sing them as such). I do like this question though, because it's extended my knowledge to recognise that choir, for example, is in fact a quadthong (which after following up on @kitukwfyer's comment, I find is more often called a tetraphthong). …
answered Jul 29 '11 by FumbleFingers