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Definitions of accent

  1.   To express or note the accent; to utter.
  2.   special importance or significance; " the red light gave the central figure increased emphasis"; " the room was decorated in shades of gray with distinctive red accents"
  3.   put stress on; utter with an accent; " In Farsi, you accent the last syllable of each word"
  4.   Stress laid on certain syllables of a verse.
  5.   Modulation or stress of voice; mark denoting these.
  6.   distinctive manner of oral expression; " he couldn't suppress his contemptuous accent"; " she had a very clear speech pattern"
  7.   A superior force of voice or of articulative effort upon some particular syllable of a word or a phrase, distinguishing it from the others.
  8.   a diacritical mark used to indicate stress or placed above a vowel to indicate a special pronunciation
  9.   A mark used to denote feet and inches; as, 6' 10'' is six feet ten inches.
  10.   A word; a significant tone
  11.   the usage or vocabulary that is characteristic of a specific group of people; " the immigrants spoke an odd dialect of English"; " he has a strong German accent"
  12.   To express the emphatic syllable in ( a word) by stress or modulation of the voice; mark a stressed syllable by a sign; emphasize, as a passage of music.
  13.   To speak, write, or print with an accent; emphasize.
  14.   a diacritical mark used to indicate stress or ( in some languages) placed above a vowel to indicate a special pronunciation
  15.   A special emphasis of a tone, even in the weaker part of the measure.
  16.   To express or mark accent.
  17.   A stress of voice on a syllable of a word, or a mark used to indicate such stress known as primary ( ') and secondary (").
  18.   To express the accent of ( either by the voice or by a mark); to utter or to mark with accent.
  19.   The expressive emphasis and shading of a passage.
  20.   Modulation of the voice in speaking; manner of speaking or pronouncing; peculiar or characteristic modification of the voice; tone; as, a foreign accent; a French or a German accent.
  21.   One of the FLAVORING AGENTS used to impart a meat- like flavor. Medically it has been used to reduce blood ammonia levels in ammoniacal azotemia, therapy of hepatic coma, in psychosis, and mental retardation.
  22.   The rhythmical accent, which marks phrases and sections of a period.
  23.   A mark placed at the right hand of a letter, and a little above it, to distinguish magnitudes of a similar kind expressed by the same letter, but differing in value, as y', y''.
  24.   To mark emphatically; to emphasize.
  25.   Modulation of the voice: stress on a syllable or word: a mark used to direct this stress: in poetry, language, words, or expressions in general.
  26.   The stress laid by the voice upon a particular syllable of a word; a mark or character used in writing and printing to show the proper pronunciation of a word; a peculiarity of utterance characterizing the language of a certain part of a country or the speech of foreigners; musical emphasis.
  27.   expressions in general; speech.
  28.   the relative prominence of a syllable or musical note ( especially with regard to stress or pitch); " he put the stress on the wrong syllable"
  29.   A mark or character used in writing, and serving to regulate the pronunciation; esp.: ( a) a mark to indicate the nature and place of the spoken accent; ( b) a mark to indicate the quality of sound of the vowel marked; as, the French accents.
  30.   To express or note the accent.
  31.   A particular stress of voice upon a syllable or word; a mark used in writing to direct the stress of the voice in pronunciation; a modulation of the voice expressive of certain passions or sentiments; words, language, or expressions in general.
  32.   A regularly recurring stress upon the tone to mark the beginning, and, more feebly, the third part of the measure.
  33.   A mark at the right hand of a number, indicating minutes of a degree, seconds, etc.; as, 12'27'', i. e., twelve minutes twenty seven seconds.
  34.   to stress, single out as important; " Dr. Jones emphasizes exercise in addition to a change in diet"

Antonyms for accent

indifference, minimization, disregard.

Quotes of accent

  1. I will buy any creme, cosmetic, or elixir from a woman with a European accent – Erma Bombeck
  2. The first thing I have to do to erase my French accent is think that it is actually possible, whereas for the moment, I think it's not. I have a lot of work. – Marion Cotillard
  3. When I was a kid, Eisenhower had been President forever, and all of a sudden, everything in the world was all about Jack Kennedy. I was 12, interested in politics; my father was from Massachusetts, had an accent like Kennedy. – James Ellroy
  4. You know what? I'm really attracted to British women, there's something innately proper about them. However badly they behave their accent is so cute that it makes up for everything! – Josh Hartnett
  5. One can hardly be Indian and not know that almost every accent which hand you eat your food with, has some deeper symbolic truth, reality. – Anish Kapoor
  6. If my accent betrayed my foreign birth, it also stamped me as an enemy, in the imagination of the producers. – Bela Lugosi
  7. I guess you should approach the roles differently when they're actual people who have been, this is the difference. Getting the accent exact, or the hair exact is less important in a situation like this. – Mary Stuart Masterson
  8. I guess when I first started speaking with an American accent there's a tendency to create a caricature of the accent because you just exaggerate the pieces that stand out to you. – Radha Mitchell
  9. Tell me the truth- do you think I've lost my Southern accent I feel it comes back to me only when I'm shouting at fights or at baseball games. – Cleo Moore
  10. They seem to be charmed by my Southern accent – Cleo Moore
  11. They made me use an accent which I wasn't thrilled about because a lot of us, obviously, don't have them. – Rita Moreno
  12. I played a lot of leaders, autocratic sorts; perhaps it was my Canadian accent – Leslie Nielsen
  13. Christopher Reeve did such an amazing job that to give him some kind of accent or more bravado would have been wrong. Audiences wouldn't have responded to that either. – Brandon Routh
  14. I am trying to make my accent so it won't bother anyone, but I am not going to drive myself crazy trying to pretend I am an American girl when I am from Colombia. – Shakira
  15. I, on the other hand, have a bit of a southern accent – Michael W. Smith

Usage examples for accent

  1. Every language has a kind of " accent as it is called, and it is this " accent which is most characteristic. ” – Browning and the Dramatic Monologue by S. S. Curry
  2. She had an English accent which added very much to her charm. ” – The Mystery of the Hasty Arrow by Anna Katharine Green
  3. Like many of his family, he was proud of his French culture, his French accent and his knowledge of French books. ” – The Case of Richard Meynell by Mrs. Humphrey Ward
  4. One such, a huge man with a foreign accent became excited, shouted, Oh! ” – The Thorogood Family by R.M. Ballantyne
  5. “ Mrs. Gereth exclaimed, with an accent of triumph. ” – The Spoils of Poynton by Henry James
  6. “ " No, not me," said Maurice, whose ears caught the English accent more perfectly, " he calls Harriet- may she come?" ” – Mattie:--A Stray (Vol 3 of 3) by Frederick William Robinson
  7. “ A smile lighted up his face, and he said in an accent of intense joy: He has gone! ” – The Amulet by Hendrik Conscience
  8. We were obliged to confess that she was catching a foreign accent – The Adventures of Harry Richmond, Complete by George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009
  9. You are a very young one, she said with a strong foreign accent yet with great kindness. ” – Miss Pat at Artemis Lodge by Pemberton Ginther
  10. He was full of learning according to the village standard, could write and cipher well, was fond of reading such books as came in his way, and spoke his native English almost without an accent – Tom Brown at Oxford by Thomas Hughes
  11. “ " Yes, that's more interesting," he remarked, with an accent of irony that escaped her. ” – The Iron Furrow by George C. Shedd
  12. Her accent and tone were so peculiar as she said this that even Molly noticed it. ” – Sara, a Princess by Fannie E. Newberry
  13. “ I went to the room where the men lay smoking on the blankets; but one of them wearing a surgeon's shoulderstraps, and speaking in a German accent claimed them as his private property, and positively refused to yield one. ” – Half a Century by Jane Grey Cannon Swisshelm
  14. The tenor had apparently not kept his appointment, and madame expressed some irritation at this; first to a friend, in French, but with a slight English accent then in English to her daughter; and Barty grew interested. ” – The Martian by George Du Maurier
  15. She talked of Josephine as if she were Josephine's superior, and her expression and accent were such that they contrived to convey an impression that she had the right to do it. ” – The Grain Of Dust A Novel by David Graham Phillips
  16. “ For further remarks on this subject, see the chapter on accent – The English Language by Robert Gordon Latham
  17. Unlike his daughter, he spoke English with a distinctly foreign accent – A Rogue by Compulsion by Victor Bridges
  18. 2. What is Accent – 1001 Questions and Answers on Orthography and Reading by B. A. Hathaway
  19. You are European, not American- why, even your accent is stronger than mine! ” – Black Oxen by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
  20. “ " If I call you may notice that I have acquired a slight foreign accent he said, and with that he slipped behind the curtain. ” – Malcolm Sage, Detective by Herbert George Jenkins