Without hearing how these nonwords are pronounced it remains uncertain what their deviation points will be. However, assuming that we are accurate in our predictions about their pronunciation (i.e. that they will be pronounced following a regular spelling-sound correspondence), then the deviation points, i.e. the points at which they become distinct from existing words would be as indicated in the second column of the table below, and example words that are compatible with the input prior to that point are given in the third column.
|blorsilize||At the first vowel||blush|
|breganist||At the first consonant after the first vowel||bread|
|brondation||At the segment following the first consonant after the first vowel||bronze|
|munart||At the segment following the first consonant after the first vowel||money|
|pytel||At the first consonant after the first vowel||pine|
|shrortile||At the first vowel||shred|