A situation like the current one is likely to accentuate his weakness.
Social forces in Britain today will accentuate these trends.
“Beauty and the Beast” pairing: Pungency is contrasted with sweetness to accentuate the taste spectrum.
In the film, Cattrall carries an extra 20 pounds and does everything to accentuate her age.
Assuming that Romney does indeed lose, I advise Republicans to accentuate the positive.
Though Ruth was very much annoyed, the incident seemingly served to accentuate Winfield's enjoyment.
They accentuate form, and we remain satisfied with performance.
He might want to emphasize a long, low room by horizontal lines, or to accentuate a lofty one by verticals.
A method of distinction so cheap that fools employ it to accentuate their incapacity.
They were called from their cells merely to accentuate his disgrace.
1731, from Medieval Latin accentuatus, past participle of accentuare "to accent," from Latin accentus (see accent (n.)). Originally "to pronounce with an accent;" meaning "emphasize" is recorded from 1865.
You've got to accentuate the positiveRelated: Accentuated; accentuating.
Eliminate the negative
Latch on to the affirmative
Don't mess with Mister In-Between
["Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive," 1944, music by Harold Arlen, lyrics by Johnny Mercer]