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Remotely, Wilson offered tips on line emphasis, sound designer John Gromada supervised the recording, and dialect coach Rachel Hirshorn-Johnston offered encouragement on accents.

Gilroy wasn’t sure at first whether Ahmed could scrub his accent and elegant demeanor to play “this Valley kid who slept on benches,” the prey animal to Lou’s predator.

I work a lot internationally, and I have a good ear for accents.

Blairstone has made dozens of custom wall accents that speak to each individual owner’s story.

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None of these positions nor any job listings that require “neutral accents” are up currently.

A worn couch sitting squarely before a wood veneer wall, accented by the head of a deer.

He squints slightly, has a squared jaw, and speaks in British-accented English, the product of a boarding school education.

Anne Marie was in her element, jabbering away in heavily accented Liberian English, the center of attention.

Why, they might even switch to amiable, Texas-accented, 77-year-old Schieffer, the television equivalent of comfort food.

Of most interest are the English-speaking narrator and a masked American-accented combatant featured in the film.

A clear instance of a line beginning with an accented syllable is seen in l. 23—'Slp', and ths melncol.'

Pouerte can be pronounced povrt'; accented on the second syllable, and with the final e elided.

The metrical accent or ictus was marked in ancient notation by points placed over the accented syllable.

There are numerous spelling inconsistencies in proper and place names as well as within accented characters.

In “Hiawatha” the accented syllable comes first, and the unaccented follows it.


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On this page you'll find 67 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to accented, such as: assertive, categorical, confident, definite, definitive, and energetic.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.