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I am thinking of a word. You may ask any question, but I will only answer questions that do not require me to give any similar or related words unless they are already within this topic, this post not included.

Example:

If the word were “Mane”

Question: “Is it found on any animals? If so what animals?”

Answer:“Yes. I cannot say” or [lion has not been said, horse has] “Horses” [lion and horse have been said] “Lions and horses.”

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No. It is a part of speech, it is classified as a noun, it might or might not be considered a concept depending on who you ask, it is most likely used every day, and as an extra bonus hint, you will hear it if you read this out loud:

The laboratory was at a comfortable temperature all day, causing the scientists to work at a sluggish pace.

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No.

Keep asking questions about speech related things and you'll probably get it eventually.

By the way, it was in the previous sentence.

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It is definitely more evident with some accents. As far as I know, every language has it. It is not a question, nor the word "question".

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Hint time!

It starts with the letter "E". I'm sure you guys would've asked eventually, but I'm getting a little impatient.

P.S. I don't really think hints should be available anymore, but I'll wait to see if you need 1 more. After this, or the next hint, there will be no more.

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Emphasis? Eloquence? Euphemism? If none of the previous, what is an antonym or synonym of this?

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