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Synonyms for accentuation

special weight placed upon something considered important

Synonyms for accentuation

the use or application of an accent

the act of giving special importance or significance to something

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But the black trims bordering the belt line and windows are still there for accentuations.
Among the surveyed patients of the first main group (arterial hypertension, AH) the following types of character accentuations were dominant: emotive (69.
In his account, he opted for darker accentuations, which was by no means detrimental to the sound, with the main forte being the interplay and balance, between the groups of instruments.
The vehicle is finished in a matte black with the same golden copper-coloured accentuations, but to a lesser degree than those on the X-Trail.
When several alternatives of stress are possible (the composer will have already eliminated some by applying certain words to the strong beats of the bar, others to the weak) the artistic powers of the singer are brought out by the way in which he rejects some accentuations and retains others.
The striking accentuations for the exterior are supplemented with a sporty interior ambience.
In characterizing premorbid personality traits we were using the classification of psychopathy by Gannushkin (1933), Kerbikova (1965) and classification of character accentuations Licko (1977).
The night is full of interpretations and accentuations that catch you on the hop as they tickle your chuckle muscle.
The new striking design accentuations give the exterior a sportier and more athletic look, from the striking v-shaped character lines on the bonnet which draws attention to the kidney grille.
Andrew Greenwood conducts a compact, well-rehearsed orchestra with a sympathetic feel for the music's colours and varying rhythmic accentuations, and Michael Barry's production is constantly alive with detail and period flavour (including authentic Renaissance balletic movement).