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  • verb Present participle of accentuate.

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Examples

  • In marketing, that's what we call accentuating your greatest weakness and turning it into a perceived strength. the $5M Obamapolis in Denver was for The People.

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  • Aside from Edward Hopper and his use of light in accentuating loneliness, I know of no one else who has so poignantly captured that feeling as Deutch does in his bench people.

    Jan Herman: Because You Never Heard of Him...

  • Aside from Edward Hopper and his use of light in accentuating loneliness, I know of no one else who has so poignantly captured that feeling as Deutch does in his bench people.

    Jan Herman: Because You Never Heard of Him...

  • Aside from Edward Hopper and his use of light in accentuating loneliness, I know of no one else who has so poignantly captured that feeling as Deutch does in his bench people.

    Jan Herman: Because You Never Heard of Him...

  • Aside from Edward Hopper and his use of light in accentuating loneliness, I know of no one else who has so poignantly captured that feeling as Deutch does in his bench people.

    Jan Herman: Because You Never Heard of Him...

  • Aside from Edward Hopper and his use of light in accentuating loneliness, I know of no one else who has so poignantly captured that feeling as Deutch does in his bench people.

    Jan Herman: Because You Never Heard of Him...

  • 'I've hardly begun, sir,' George said, his stern expression accentuating his resemblance to James Stewart.

    A Place of Execution

  • We love the idea of accentuating those colors by creating a neutral or white backdrop in the home.

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  • One mistake in the management -- that is, the accentuating of the third light, if you please, instead of the second -- will not only confuse the eye of the spectator, but may perhaps give him an entirely different impression from what was intended by the painter, just as the shifting of a chapter in a novel would confuse a reader; and this, if you please, without depending in any way upon either the drawing or the color of the accessories.

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  • Italy defender Fabio Grosso has admitted to 'accentuating' when he went down in the penalty area against Australia in the 2006 World Cup.

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