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Münchhausen

[ mynkh-hou-zuhn ]
/ ˈmünxˌhaʊ zən /
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noun
Karl Friedrich Hi·e·ro·ny·mus [kahrl free-drikh-hee-ey-roh-ny-moos], /kɑrl ˈfri drɪx ˌhi eɪˈroʊ nüˌmʊs/, Baron von [fuhn], /fən/, 1720–97, German soldier, adventurer, and teller of tales.
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English Mun·chau·sen [muhn-chou-zuhn, muhnch-hou-, muhn-chaw-]. /ˈmʌnˌtʃaʊ zən, ˈmʌntʃˌhaʊ-, mʌnˈtʃɔ-/.

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Mun·chau·sen·ism, noun
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