What does accentuate mean?

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accentuate is translated 'accentuer' in French.

Synonyms of accentuate: highlight, spotlight, feature, underline Antonyms of accentuate: attenuate, mask

Accentuate means to highlight , bring out, or emphasize For example, a pair of tight fitting jeans will accentuate a woman's curves

Accentuate means to highlight something. A sentence using this word might be: "She chose the dress with the cinched waist to accentuate her curves."

Makeup is meant to accentuate a woman's natural beauty. She wore a wide, tight belt to accentuate her tiny waist.

"Accentuate" is a verb meaning make noticeable or prominent.

A hearing-aid can accentuate sotto voce whispers.The ambitious manager tried to accentuate his own role in the success.The drama teacher told the boy to accentuate the word long in his line.

The girl stood up straight to accentuate her beautiful body

A red flower in your hair will accentuate your red lipstick and fingernails.

When teaching it is always best to accentuate the positive accentuate: to stress or place emphasis sentence: when i was practicing my play my teacher told me to accentuate this sentence so it would sound dramatic.

Accentuate the Positive - album - was created in 2004.

In various contexts, some synomyms of "accentuate" are emphasize, stress, feature, highlight and show off.

Accentuate the Positive - 2011 TV is rated/received certificates of: Australia:PG

The cast of Accentuate the Positive - 1992 includes: Richard Dormer as David Gary Kemp as Mark

The Puzzle Place - 1994 Accentuate the Positive - 1.4 was released on: USA: 1995

yes she is i think i mean she started throwing up in season 3 episode 3 itss called accentuate the positive.

to bring out or show the value of a product

The Puzzle Place - 1994 Accentuate the Positive 1-4 was released on: USA: 1995

If you accentuate something, you emphasize it.

Doctor Doctor - 1989 Accentuate the Positive 2-8 was released on: USA: 8 January 1990

Mike Hammer - 1956 Accentuate the Negative - 2.2 was released on: France: 1959 USA: 9 January 1959

The word accentuating is a verb. It is the present participle of to accentuate.

Accentuate the positive and minimize the negative. Don't do it.

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