Her pixie haircut, a few months post-chemo, accentuated her ski-slope nose and flirty smile.
Each of the four actions of the muscles should be carefully distinguished and accentuated.
Those features are accentuated and exaggerated by the deformations which are practiced.
My own share of the general unpleasantness was accentuated by a finely developed bout of sciatica.
A nose and chin, moulded with beauty and precision, accentuated his handsome face.
This effect has no doubt been accentuated in the subsequent photographic processes.
This feeling had been accentuated by the Ishmaelite life he had led from his puppyhood.
"I can help you," she said, and a flush rushed into her cheeks, which at once relieved and accentuated their pallor.
His air of weary indifference was accentuated, I could not help thinking, wilfully.
At bottom it is nothing else than an accentuated masculinity.
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]