accentuate[ ak-sen-choo-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF accentuate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACCENTUATE
As a result we accentuate morals in these respects, but not in any others.
A method of distinction so cheap that fools employ it to accentuate their incapacity.
A sickly smile came into his face, and seemed to accentuate its pallor.
But this only appeared to accentuate the profound stillness.
The birth of the child only served to accentuate her unimportance in the house.
They are carefully adapted to the body, and accentuate its structure.
They accentuate form, and we remain satisfied with performance.
Even the gloom of the house seemed to accentuate with the years.
Perhaps it was hardly wise so to accentuate the passion on paper.
By a defiance of chronology Crowl had them on to-day, and they seemed to accentuate the simile.