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Pronunciation of Matriarchs: Learn how to pronounce Matriarchs in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word matriarch:

noun
a woman who dominates an organization, community, etc
the female head of a tribe or family, esp in a matriarchy
a very old or venerable woman
Derived Forms
ˈmatriˌarchal, (rare) ˈmatriˌarchic adjective
ˌmatriˈarchalism noun
Word Origin
C17: from matri- + -arch, by false analogy with patriarch
Example Sentences Including ‘matriarch’

“Well, of course they did, you’re the matriarch of the family,” I responded.
SA STAR (2005)
A 60-year old matriarch , who has seen slimmer days, may look ludicrous in the garb of a teenager.
BUSINESS TODAY (2000)
Anjelica Huston is astounding as Lily, an underworld matriarch and accomplished con artist.
GLASGOW HERALD (2001)
Anne Charleston was much loved by Neighbours fans during her 15 years as matriarch Madge Bishop.
SUN, NEWS OF THE WORLD (2002)
Evidence the home of my grandmother, the family matriarch of stuff collection.
MISC (1998)
If ever there were a reluctant and unsuitable unofficial matriarch , it’s me!
Mosco, Maisie OUT OF THE ASHES
Over the whole family hovered the presence of the old man’s widow, an indomitable Armenian matriarch.
Marsden, Philip THE CROSSING-PLACE
The fabled matriarch had not ruled her family with the proverbial rod of iron, but with an influence capable of moulding lives.
Mosco, Maisie OUT OF THE ASHES
The two men descaling each other were doing so for the entertainment of the octogenarian matriarch whose birthday we were celebrating.
James Birrell THE MANANA MAN (2002)