The term "poet laureate" refers to a poet officially appointed by a government or institution to compose poems for special events and occasions. The spelling of "poet laureate" can be broken down using IPA phonetic transcription as /ˈpəʊ.ɪt ˈlɔːr.i.ət/. The first syllable "poe" is pronounced as "poh", the second syllable "et" is pronounced as "it", while the third syllable "laureate" is pronounced as "lawr-ee-ate". The stress is on the second syllable, and the final syllable is pronounced as "iht".

Common Misspellings for POET LAUREATE

  • ooet laureate
  • loet laureate
  • -oet laureate
  • 0oet laureate
  • piet laureate
  • pket laureate
  • plet laureate
  • ppet laureate
  • p0et laureate
  • p9et laureate
  • powt laureate
  • post laureate
  • podt laureate
  • port laureate
  • po4t laureate
  • po3t laureate
  • poer laureate
  • poef laureate
  • poeg laureate

Similar spelling words for POET LAUREATE

  • leeward boat,
  • lord buddha.

720 words made out of letters POET LAUREATE

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