Origin of orthoepy
OTHER WORDS FROM orthoepyor·tho·ep·ic [awr-thoh-ep-ik], /ˌɔr θoʊˈɛp ɪk/, or·tho·ep·i·cal, adjectiveor·tho·e·pist, nounor·tho·e·pis·tic, adjective
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How to use orthoepy in a sentence
It has a certain crude and primitive grammar, but in point of orthoepy is extremely difficult.The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce|Ambrose Bierce
Orthoepy, a word derived from the Greek orthon (upright), and epos (a word), signifies the right utterance of words.
Orthography is less essential to language than orthoepy; since all languages are spoken, whilst but a few languages are written.
Orthography addresses itself to the eye, orthoepy to the ear.
In this case it is opposed to orthoepy, orthography, syntax, and the other parts of grammar.