According to dictionary.com, you can choose to stress any of the syllables:

[broo-hah-hah, broo-hah-hah, broo-hah-hah]

An audio pronunciation of the first can be found here.

Borrowed from my English teacher’s extensive vocabulary

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Posted on Sunday, December 30th at 06:01PM with 32 notes

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