Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: markings
IPA transcription: [m'ɑɹkɪŋz]
Pronunciations of markings
Usage examples
  • He smoothed it out in the following hours as he watched the markings on Mars.
  • In the following passage, would you make any changes in the author's markings for emphasis?
  • White markings are objectionable, and can only be allowed on the chest and to a small extent.
  • In contour and markings it was not unlike the noblest of the Bengals of our own world, but as its dimensions were exaggerated to colossal proportions so too were its colorings exaggerated.
  • Although this peculiar colour is very beautiful and scarce, I am of opinion that the light gray or fawn colour with black and well-marked muzzle, ears, and legs is the typical variety, the markings being the same as the Himalayan rabbits.
  • When about a fortnight old, however, they generally develop a dark ridge on the belly, and the spots will then begin to show themselves; first about the neck and ears, and afterwards along the back, until at about the sixteenth day the markings are distinct over the body, excepting only the tail, which frequently remains white for a few weeks longer.
0. Word pronunciation is derived from article recording American goldfinch, License CC BY-SA 4.0
1. Word pronunciation is derived from article recording Cat, License CC BY-SA 4.0