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Definitions of DISSIMILATION in various dictionaries:
- noun - a linguistic process by which one of two similar sounds in a word becomes less like the other
- noun - breakdown in living organisms of more complex substances into simpler ones together with release of energy
- The act or process of making or becoming dissimilar.
- The process by which one of two similar or identical sounds in a word becomes less like the other, such as the l in English marble (from French marbre).
There are 13 letters in DISSIMILATION: A D I I I I L M N O S S T
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