Prepositions after "accentuate"
accentuate by, with, in or under?
|In 76% of cases accentuate by is used|
|The problem was accentuated by differences of language.|
|The crab is accentuated by spice in just the perfect (in my mind) combination.|
|Particularly at night the Ashram emanated an almost eerie feeling, which was accentuated by the monsoon rains and by the ensuing dampness.|
|The archetypal length on the shophouse is visually accentuated by the long, heated lap pool on the ground floor, replete with deck chairs.|
|This sense of? otherness? - accentuated by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross? unnerving score - is the film? s weakness as well as its strength.|
|With pronounced shoulder lines, New Clio's coup-like silhouette is accentuated by integrated rear door handles concealed close to the rear quarter lights.|
|Then, as the sun reluctantly slides behind the distant Adirondack Mountains, a hush shrouds the valley below, only accentuated by the faraway tinkle of a cowbell.|
|The car's inherent width is accentuated by the ' light catcher ' feature which runs from the lower front bumper and continues along the sill of the car creating a chiselled, determined look.|
|In 12% of cases accentuate with is used|
|Choose those in solid colors which you can accentuate with a thin to medium-size belt.|
|That's a good sign of dermal fillers - or at least it looks to me like perhaps she had the outline or borders of her lips accentuated with filler.|
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