- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of accentuate.
“And that name accentuates the wonder that He to whom all the ordered armies of the universe submit and belong should still take us for His inheritance.”
“For example, the pride expression accentuates a man's muscularity and upper body size, features which have been shown to be among the most attractive to women.”
“It kicks opens the spiritual lotus flower and accentuates the movement in its opening.”
“To eliminate the slack top layer, which accentuates wrinkles, get a professional microdermabrasion or use a handheld exfoliater.”
“The transparent piece of furniture is formed in such a way that light accentuates the curves.”
“The presence of a large body of water and the shrieking of seagulls reminds the visitor that this theme is not only workable but in many ways accentuates some of the qualities of the region that are often overlooked.”
“Red Newt Cabernet Franc: The cheese softens the wine a bit, and accentuates the fruitiness.”
“Lederhosen are the short leather breeches, often with matching suspenders, associated broadly with Germany, though they are unique to Bavaria and other areas of the Alps. The female equivalent is the dirndl, a knee-to-floor-length dress with a tight bodice that accentuates a woman's chest.”
“He often accentuates things out of realistic proportion.”
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