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accentuate
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Angels & Demons
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  • As the air currents buffeted her body, her clothes clung, accentuating her slender torso and small breasts.
  • Olivetti leaned toward her, as if to accentuate his height advantage.
  • As if to accentuate the collegiate atmosphere, two longhaired hippies hurled a Frisbee back and forth while enjoying Mahler’s Fourth Symphony blaring from a dorm window.
  • Night seemed to be falling quickly now, accentuated by the musty tint of the stained-glass windows.
  • The camerlegno turned, shadows accentuating the pain on his face.
  • Camerlegno Ventresca possessed a grit that seemed to accentuate his conviction rather than cloud it.
  • She could have been a Roman goddess, enshrouded in her white terrycloth robe, the drawstring cinched tight, accentuating her slender curves.

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  • It’s a difficult situation, but she accentuates the positive and does not get overwhelmed.
  • The black belt with the white dress accentuated her slim waist.

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