syllabication and accent are learned by careful observation and by reference, in all cases of doubt, to some standard dictionary.
Under this term are included Articulation, syllabication, and Accent.
These rules for division are necessarily based on spelling and syllabication.
In the United States the prevailing purpose of syllabication is to indicate pronunciation.
Rules for the division of words at the ends of lines, with remarks on spelling, syllabication and pronunciation.
In the diacritical marking, as in accentuation and syllabication, Webster's International Dictionary has been taken as authority.