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consonant
used in Gone with the Wind

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Definition
a letter of the alphabet (or a speech sound) that is not a vowel
  • She spoke in the soft slurring voice of the coastal Georgian, liquid of vowels, kind to consonants and with the barest trace of French accent.
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consonants = speech sounds that are not vowels
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