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

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word stale:

adjective (staler, stalest)
(of food) no longer fresh and pleasant to eat; hard, musty, or dry:
stale bread
no longer new and interesting or exciting:
their marriage had gone stale
[predic.] (of a person) no longer able to perform well or creatively because of having done something for too long:
a top executive tends to get stale
(of a cheque or legal claim) invalid because out of date:
justifications for adverse possession go beyond stale claims
verb
make or become stale:
[no object]:
she would cut up yesterday’s leftover bread, staling now
Derivatives
stalely
adverb
staleness
noun
Origin:
Middle English (describing beer in the sense ‘clear from long standing, strong’): probably from Anglo-Norman French and Old French, from estaler ‘to halt’; compare with the verb stall