Part of speech:
To be a feature of
A notational sign, especially the sign marking the beginning or the end of a repeat.
In classical Greek and Latin poetry, a prosodic unit consisting of two feet.
(Uncountable) Emphasis placed on words in speaking.
A vocal or musical sound
The tempo is the speed at which something - especially music - happens.
(Linguistics) An articulation made by the vocal apparatus:
A Plimsoll mark.
Rhythmic or metrical stress, or accent
Any rhythmic flow of sound
Rhythm in verse; measured, patterned arrangement of syllables, primarily according to stress or length
A pattern of stress that produces the rhythm of verse.
To stress or emphasize; intensify:
To stress or emphasize.
To give emphasis to; stress:
To become intense or increase in intensity
To put emphasis on; stress:
To vibrate, pulsate, or sound with a steady pronounced rhythm:
To make or become sharp or sharper
To pulsate; beat:
To assert or demand (something) firmly or persistently:
Increase is defined as to become bigger or greater.
To mark with a highlighter
(Intransitive) To make a rough humming sound.
To stress or emphasize
The definition of a dialect is a variety of a language which has different pronunciation, grammar or vocabulary than the standard language of the culture.
(Music) The patterning of musical sound, as by differences in the timing, duration, or stress of consecutive notes.
The act of pulsating; rhythmical beating or throbbing
A change in stress, pitch, loudness, or tone of the voice; an inflection of the voice.
The definition of intonation is the way the pitch of your voice goes up and down as you talk or reciting something by singing it.
Alteration in pitch or tone of the voice.
The moving of articulators to produce speech sounds
(Uncountable) The way in which the words of a language are made to sound when speaking.
Importance; consequence; moment
Minimize is defined as to reduce, decrease or lessen to the smallest possible amount.
Find another word for accents. In this page you can discover 49 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for accents, like: features, segnos, moras, dipodies, emphases, stresses, tones, tempi, sounds, marks and ictuses.