- not accented; unstressed.
Origin of unaccented
Related Words for unaccentedpoor, quiet, dull, thin, small, feeble, low, dim, distant, gentle, imperceptible, inaudible, indistinct, muffled, pale, slight, whispered, bated, reedy, stifled
Examples from the Web for unaccented
Contemporary Examples of unaccented
He is self-aware enough to make them comfortable with his self-deprecating humor and unaccented English.My Sexy American Sikh Valentine
February 14, 2014
But the shock of hearing someone who looks like Grout sing in unaccented Arabic soon dissipated and the crowd fell deadly silent.Boston Irish Girl Jennifer Grout Is The Unexpected Star Of ‘Arabs Got Talent’
December 5, 2013
Not helping matters: the fact that everyone speaks in unaccented American English.‘Zero Hour’: Is This the Dumbest Show Ever to Air on TV?
February 13, 2013
Historical Examples of unaccented
And the unworried, unaccented voice of her father went on tormenting her.Chance
Aphesis is the loss of the unaccented first syllable, as in 'baccy and 'later.The Romance of Names
The syllable having the grave accent is, as we should say, unaccented.The Roman Pronunciation of Latin
Frances E. Lord
It is called feminine when it follows an unaccented syllable.English Verse
Raymond MacDonald Alden, Ph.D.
Like all his countrymen, he laid most stress on unaccented syllables.Miss Cayley's Adventures