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Rhymes:English:-ɔːk

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Pronunciation

enPR: -ôk, IPA: /-ɔːk/, SAMPA: /-O:k/

Notes

  1. In non-rhotic dialects, words ending in /ô(r)k/, /ɔː(r)k/, /O:(r)k/, typically spelled "-ork", are also rhymes. See Rhymes ending in -ɔː(r)k for these words.
  2. Some rhymes may depend on whether a specific dialect or accent has the cot-caught merger.

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