Such a mispronunciation as this I reproduce, for it has its significance as a revelation of character.
An archaism for a channel of the sea, and not a mispronunciation of race (which see).
We teach our children to sing, but we never teach them to speak, beyond correcting a glaring piece of mispronunciation or so.
This is the present mispronunciation of Jacques prevalent in Warwickshire.
Their patience and eagerness in trying to correct a mispronunciation were touching.
mispronunciation, of course, is not the only mannerism of speech that may be availed of.
Dolf rather missed her play upon his mispronunciation of the word, but he gave another magnificent flourish.
Some consternation was caused on our arrival at the hotel at Bayonne by the mispronunciation of one of my travelling companions.
First he shed the berger and then he changed the spelling of Lauten to make it fit the inevitable American mispronunciation.
In saying, however, that the name of the city meant "Hidden," the writer has been misled by the Egyptian mispronunciation of it.