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accentuate

verb accent, deepen, emphasize, heighten, highlight, intensify, italicize, make clear, point up, pronounce, punctuate, reaffirm, spearhead, star, strengthen, stress, underline, underscore
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The Kerala- based luxury jewellery label has the brand ambassador dressed in a solid mermaid gown accentuated with gold bangles.
As we would expect, then, our graph shows accentuated Chocolatey and Nutty notes, in addition to relatively high sweet notes.
The showhome's lounge is dressed in calming, neutral tones ( complementing the kitchen/dining area ( accentuated with stylish furniture and accessories in shades of aqua and mahogany.
Her portraits of human-animal hybrids have a stiffness reminiscent of early New England portraiture, and her muted palette is accentuated by the choice of gouache and acrylic in preference to oil.
The turmoil of political history, Scotland's previous time as an English province, and the revived fervor of Calvinist religion in the Scottish Church accentuated the internal conflict.
Its Star Collection includes the Black Secret, a time piece accentuated with more than 162 rare black diamonds.
Due to the nature of the collection--a private collection of twentieth-century and contemporary art, mostly paintings--the interiors, it is claimed, will have an almost domestic quality in contrast to the building's more civic exterior; a simple elongated form with an accentuated 'head' that marks the corner of Theresien and Turkenstrasse.
But their brevity accentuated variety rather than depth and development, and a full understanding of a dance's meaning was often lost in the editing.
It also means more rapid and accentuated shifts between market sectors and regional markets, as indeed is the case.
BGA is obviously related to physical appearance, and individuals with fewer admixtures tend to have more accentuated anthropometric characteristics (those that vary from race to race).
Physicists in the Netherlands have now accentuated the liquid behavior of granular materials by reducing the sizes of the particles and the forces between them.
Gosham's narration is nicely accentuated and realistic.