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" I'm blow'd but we've lost! who'da thought it ?" Smack goes the flat's hat over his eyes ; exit the confederates with a loud laugh. NORFOLK. "The most general and pervading characteristic of our pronunciation," observes Mr. Forby, " is a narrowness and... "
The Vocabulary of East Anglia: An Attempt to Record the Vulgar Tongue of the ... - Page 82
by Robert Forby - 1830 - 281 lehte
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The Covenant: A Quarterly Periodical Devoted to the Cause of Odd-Fellowship

1842
...show its effect on certain surnames. "The most pervading characteristic of K. Anglian pronunciation is a narrowness and tenuity, precisely the reverse of the round, sonorous, 'mouth-filling' tones of the north ofEngland. The broad and open vowels, the rich and full tones of diphthongs, are generally...
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A Dictionary of the Anglo-Saxon Language,: Containing the Accentuation - the ...

Joseph Bosworth - 1838 - 721 lehte
...24. " The most general and pervading characteristic of East-Anglian pronunciation," says Mr. Forby, "is a narrowness and tenuity, precisely the reverse of the round, sonorous, 'mouth-filling' tones of the north of England. The broad and open sounds of vowels, the rich and full tones of diphthongs, are...
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An historical sketch of the provincial dialects of England

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - 1847 - 34 lehte
...pervading characteristic of our pronunciation," observes Mr. Forby, " is a narrowness and tennity, precisely the reverse of the round, sonorous, mouth-filling...of vowels, the rich and full tones of diphthongs, arc generally thus reduced." The same writer enters very minutely into the subject of the peculiarities...
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The origin of the English, Germanic, and Scandinavian languages and nations

Joseph Bosworth - 1848 - 208 lehte
...sonorous, 'mouth-filling' tones of the north of England. The broad and open sounds of vowels, the rieh and full tones of diphthongs, are generally thus reduced....— not universally. Some few words become broader, but they become abo harsher and? coarser. This narrowness of utterance is, in some parís, rendered...
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The origin of the English, Germanic, and Scandinavian languages and nations

Joseph Bosworth - 1848 - 208 lehte
...24. " The most general and pervading characteristic of East-Anglian pronunciation," says Mr. Forby, " is a narrowness and tenuity, precisely the reverse of the round, sonorous, ' mouth-filling' tones of the north of England. The broad and open sounds of vowels, the rich and full tones of diphthongs, are...
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A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases ..., 1. köide

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - 1850
...NORFOLK. " The most general and pervading characteristic of our pronunciation," observes Mr. Forby, " is a narrowness and tenuity, precisely the reverse...tones of diphthongs, are generally thus reduced." The same writer enters very minutely into the subject of the peculiarities of this dialect, and his...
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The English Language in Its Elements and Forms: With a History of Its Origin ...

William Chauncey Fowler - 1851 - 659 lehte
...Counties." FORBY remarks that " the most general and pervading characteristic of the pronunciation is a narrowness and tenuity, precisely the reverse...sonorous, ' mouth-filling' tones of Northern English. This narrowness of utterance is, in some parts of this district, rendered still more offensive to ears...
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English Language in Its Elements and Forms: with a History of Its Origin and ...

William Chauncey Fowler - 1858 - 381 lehte
...Counties." FORBY remarks that " the most general and pervading characteristic of the pronunciation is a narrowness and tenuity, precisely the reverse...sonorous, ' mouth-filling' tones of Northern English. This narrowness of utterance is, in some parts of this district, rendered still more offensive to cars...
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The Southern Review, 9. köide,18–20. number

1871
...The dialect of East Anglia has for its most general and prevailing characteristic of pronunciation a narrowness and tenuity, precisely the reverse of the round, sonorous, mouth-filling tones of the Northern English. The narrowness of utterance is in some parts of this dialect, rendered still...
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English Grammar: The English Language in Its Elements and Forms, with a ...

William Chauncey Fowler - 1873 - 796 lehte
...Counties." FORBY remarks that " the most general and pervading characteristic of the pronunciation is a narrowness and tenuity, precisely the reverse...sonorous, 'mouth-filling' tones of Northern English. This narrowness of utterance is, in some parts of this district, rendered still more offensive to ears...
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