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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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Enunciation?

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Nope.

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For synonym: expressive?

Edit: maybe expression, since it's a noun?

Edited by Kikacat123
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Neither.

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What is something that rhymes with it, if any?

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Tension, confusion, irritation, apprehension... etc.

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Okay, last hint.

Examples in some languages:

"comfortable" English

"C'est la vie" French

"himmlisch" German

"Odkiaľ ste" Slovakian

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Expression? I'm just going by "C'est la vie".

Edit: But Kikacat already said that... Epigram?

Well... Comfortable, That's life, Heavenly, Where are you from.

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Nope.

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Elaboration? Elucidation? Explication?

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Nope, nope, nope.

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What is the second letter?

Edit: explanation, possibly?

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Letters you have: EL (no more letters will be given)

Rhymes with: ....tion/sion/cian.

As much of an explanation of it as I can give: It is only something you can hear while speaking (as per its definition), but you can notice when it would apply to speech if it is written, in most cases.

Examples in some languages:

"comfortable" English

"C'est la vie" French

"himmlisch" German

"Odkiaľ ste" Slovakian

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Umm... "Elimination?" Or maybe "Elocution?"

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No and no.

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How about "elusion" or "elision?" If neither of these work, I really don't know what else to guess.

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Elision.

Your turn.

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Hmm...okay, I've got one.

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Assuming it's a noun, is it concrete or abstract?

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Neither. It is not a noun.

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Verb or adjective?

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Verb.

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How many letters long is it?

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Nine.

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Is it in a specific tense?

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