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    Comely

    Dear all,

    I would like to do a play on words with the terms COMELY and IT (=Italy)... I was thinking of something as COMELitY or COMELit... Do you think they are hard to pronounce? which one in your opinion could be effective?

    Thank you very much

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    Re: Comely

    I think that you should work that out for yourself. It does not appeal to me, but then it is your idea.

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    Re: Comely

    Quote Originally Posted by polpaulie View Post
    Dear all,

    I would like to do a play on words with the terms COMELY and IT (=Italy)... I was thinking of something as COMELitY or COMELit... Do you think they are hard to pronounce? which one in your opinion could be effective?

    Thank you very much
    The second doesn't work for me because the natural link without the suffix is to 'come' not 'comely'. I didn't find them hard to pronounce.

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