accentless

accentless

(ˈæksəntlɪs)
adj
having no accent
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I've heard just enough now to pick up the accentless absence of all emotion in his voice.
Asked how posh she is in real life, she replied: "The weird thing is, as a forces kid, you're classless and accentless.
Gursky has often been seen as presenting a sort of accentless critique of mass consumer society--one of his most famous images is called 99 Cent, which renders as an aestheticized grid the seemingly endless shelves of brashly packaged consumer goods in a 99 cent store.
According to NPD's data, accentless dinnerware makes up the lion's share of sales from December 2004 to November 2005, with almost 95 percent of units sold.
IN an ideal world we would all be colourblind and accentless.
French, with its accentless accents, seems the natural language of a form whose pitch is a wider range of tone, an admixture of anecdotal evidence, mimetic acceptance, and, most of all, sentences that ride the edge.
A good, accentless voice that doesn't get too excited - unlike others.
50) Pleasure Island, where Pinocchio is turned into a jackass, is full of beer-swilling, pool-playing boys, who seem to have nothing better to do, have no jobs, and don't speak Pinocchio's accentless English (much like the crowded quarters of New York's immigrant neighborhoods).
Later this same figure of the accent-less Asian English-speaker reappears not as an ideal model but as a textual trick: when an accentless female voice answers the phone at the apartment of the Li family's disinherited only son Winston, Mrs.