Category:English terms with consonant pseudo-digraphs

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Each entry in this category has what looks like a digraph, two consonant letters in a row that would typically be read as one consonant sound, but are actually read as two sounds. For example, upheld is in this category because it has <ph> in it, which looks like it might be read as the consonant /f/, but is actually read as /ph/.

Pages in category "English terms with consonant pseudo-digraphs"

The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 902 total.

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