Antonyms for punctuates

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She punctuates her animated conversation with the manager with smiles and nods.

Such is the way of the buzzard—that shifting black question mark which punctuates a Southern sky.

It punctuates and sets off the sense, and relieves our attention from the strain of suspended interest.

He punctuates by an obdurate and conscientious method, and will have no italics upon any pretext.

The ministry of meal-time is twice blest: for prisoners and men without appetite it punctuates and makes time of eternity.

Turnbull misses the rhythmical play in the first and second 'though,' and punctuates the second so as to read with next line.

Such is the way of the buzzard—that shifting black question-mark which punctuates a Southern sky.