use pronounceable in a sentence.
Drop the s'es; Opentache and closetache is more pronounceable.
I would've gone with GactiveX, which is a bit more pronounceable.
I'm curious, do you use a library to generate the pronounceable URLs?
I love how the generated URLs are crafted to be pronounceable - nice touch.
Pollan's rule is (at least as Bittman quotes it) five recognizable or pronounceable ingredients.
It would be neat if it could also filter or score domains based on how pronounceable they are.
Some of the ones it's suggesting look less than "100% pronounceable" to me.
I guess I wanted it to be Matz Is NIce So We Are Nice because it's more pronounceable.
I don't really see how the success of `Apple' contradicts " Keep it short, simple, easy to spell and pronounceable in an un-ambiguous way.
Used to think that "sequel" was just an arbitrary way to "pronounceable-ize" SQL.
Maybe less but still important IMHO is that it's far more pronounceable than e.
I don't think you can avoid this kind of thing if you want a short and pronounceable name.