fresh, brisk, strong, refreshing, stressed, tonal, distressed, heavy, refreshful, bracing, tonic.
He filled the lay figures with life, clothed them with garments, and then made them talk to each other in the English language as it is to- day accented
in some of the American States.
- "Faces and Places", Henry William Lucy.
And the half- lines can be further resolved into two halves, each containing a single accented
word or phrase.
- "The Babylonian Legends of the Creation", British Museum.
" Good afternoon, Mrs. Jesser," he said, in a high, smooth, slightly accented
voice that was not his own.
- "Psichopath", Gordon Randall Garrett.