accentuate

Accentuate vs Conspicuous - What's the difference?

accentuate | conspicuous |


As a verb accentuate

is to pronounce with an accent or vocal stress.

As an adjective conspicuous is

obvious or easy to notice.

Enhance vs Accentuate - What's the difference?

enhance | accentuate |


In lang=en terms the difference between enhance and accentuate

is that enhance is to be raised up; to grow larger while accentuate is to mark with a written accent.

As verbs the difference between enhance and accentuate

is that enhance is (obsolete) to lift, raise up while accentuate is to pronounce with an accent or vocal stress.

Emphasizes vs Accentuate - What's the difference?

emphasizes | accentuate |


As verbs the difference between emphasizes and accentuate

is that emphasizes is (emphasize) while accentuate is to pronounce with an accent or vocal stress.

Accentuate vs Illustrate - What's the difference?

accentuate | illustrate |


As verbs the difference between accentuate and illustrate

is that accentuate is to pronounce with an accent or vocal stress while illustrate is (obsolete) to shed light upon; to illuminate.

Accentuate vs Appear - What's the difference?

accentuate | appear |


As verbs the difference between accentuate and appear

is that accentuate is to pronounce with an accent or vocal stress while appear is (label) to come or be in sight; to be in view; to become visible.

Appreciate vs Accentuate - What's the difference?

appreciate | accentuate |


In lang=en terms the difference between appreciate and accentuate

is that appreciate is to increase in value while accentuate is to mark with a written accent.

As verbs the difference between appreciate and accentuate

is that appreciate is to be grateful or thankful for while accentuate is to pronounce with an accent or vocal stress.

Accentuate vs Embellish - What's the difference?

accentuate | embellish |


As verbs the difference between accentuate and embellish

is that accentuate is to pronounce with an accent or vocal stress while embellish is to make more beautiful and attractive; to decorate.

Accentuate vs Corroborate - What's the difference?

accentuate | corroborate |


In lang=en terms the difference between accentuate and corroborate

is that accentuate is to mark with a written accent while corroborate is to make strong; to strengthen.

As verbs the difference between accentuate and corroborate

is that accentuate is to pronounce with an accent or vocal stress while corroborate is to confirm or support something with additional evidence; to attest or vouch for.

Accentuate vs Corroboration - What's the difference?

accentuate | corroboration |


As a verb accentuate

is to pronounce with an accent or vocal stress.

As a noun corroboration is

the act of corroborating, strengthening, or confirming; addition of strength; confirmation; as, the corroboration of an argument, or of information.

Emphasis vs Accentuate - What's the difference?

emphasis | accentuate |


As a noun emphasis

is special weight or forcefulness given to something considered important.

As a verb accentuate is

to pronounce with an accent or vocal stress.

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