OTHER WORDS FROM digraphdi·graph·ic [dahy-graf-ik], /daɪˈgræf ɪk/, adjectivedi·graph·i·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use digraph in a sentence
A consonant or digraph between two sounded vowels usually joins the following vowel, rea-son, no-ti-fy, mo-ther.
When a consonant is doubled (not forming a digraph) the two are generally separated; beg-gar, bril-liant, cun-ning.
Excess (ss digraph, pronounced practically like a single s) gives ex-cess-es, ex-cess-ive, etc.
The digraph th is represented in Old English texts by and , no consistent distinction being made between them.Anglo-Saxon Grammar and Exercise Book|C. Alphonso Smith
A digraph may either be a combination of two consonants or of two vowels or of a vowel and a consonant.Plain English|Marian Wharton