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Uncommon Onomatopoeia That Might Surprise You

We learned in grade school that onomatopoeia is the formation of words based on the sounds with which they are associated. For example, the clucking of a chicken or the banging on the door. There are many words formed in this way. However, there are some that we might be unaware were onomatopoeia. Check out some of these uncommon onomatopoeia at Merriam-Webster.

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