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-phony

noun combining form

Definition of -PHONY

1
:  sound <telephony>
2
usually -phonia :  speech disorder of a (specified) type <dysphonia>

Variants of -PHONY

-phony also -phonia

Origin of -PHONY

Latin -phonia, from Greek -phōnia, from -phōnos sounding — more at -phone

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