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    Disgust vs Discussed in pronunciation

    In pronunciation, what is the difference between "disgust" and "discussed"?

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    Re: Disgust vs Discussed in pronunciation

    None. Difference would be understood in context.

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    Re: Disgust vs Discussed in pronunciation

    I hear a very subtle difference. For me the difference is "dis-cussed" and "dis-gussed". Other people also seem to notice a difference:

    Pronunciation difference between "disgust" and "discussed"!?
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