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accentuated

verb as in focus attention on

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In its simplest and most common form, equalization on headphones is usually employed to accentuate low frequencies in music, enhancing bass and drums and opening up a more immersive and visceral listening experience for users.

That pressure to be visible at all times that’s been accentuated over the last nine months has created an unhealthy culture in some companies.

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When the first lockdown came, that was all accentuated with people falling ill.

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From there, she applied the Neo Nude A-Highlight in 10 to accentuate the high-points of Henson’s face.

On the lips, was a striking burgundy that further accentuated Davis’s pout and made the overall look that much more awe-worthy.

But for now, the marriage issue has simply accentuated a troubling divide.

Long sideburns accentuated his cheeks and, at night, black eyeliner rimmed his eyelids.

Her pixie haircut, a few months post-chemo, accentuated her ski-slope nose and flirty smile.

The actual ending is not bad, but why those accentuated chords in the very last bars?

This effect has no doubt been accentuated in the subsequent photographic processes.

The former at least has been accentuated since yesterday, when your likeness to Hi struck me very painfully.

It also accentuated the position of many of the camps, centres of population, and strategic posts.

Finally, this town has the grand, solemn air of an old capital, accentuated by a great river.

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On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to accentuated, such as: highlight, emphasize, underscore, underline, stress, and accent.

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

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