[Language in general includes the following parts:- Letter, Syllable, Connecting word, Noun, Verb, Inflexion or Case, Sentence or Phrase.
Inflexion belongs both to the noun and verb, and expresses either the relation 'of,' 'to,' or the like; or that of number, whether one or many, as 'man' or 'men '; or the modes or tones in actual delivery, e.g.
A pause; then with a new, yet still subdued inflexion
of the voice--an inflexion
which provoked while it pleased me --accompanied, too, by a "sourire a la fois fin et timide" in perfect harmony with the tone:--
I beseech you, then, not for love of me, for subjects should never weigh as anything in the balance which princes hold, but for love of yourself, to retain every syllable, every inflexion
which, under the present most grave circumstances, will all have a sense and value as important as any every uttered in the world."
"Adieu, adieu, adieu," she said, without the soul communicating one single intelligent inflexion
to the word.
He gave her a glimpse of his unconstrained self in the low vehement "You dare!" which sprang to his lips and out of them with a most menacing inflexion
He sighed and moaned like one under great suffering, and kept it up for a quarter of an hour; on purpose to distress his cousin apparently, for whenever he caught a stifled sob from her he put renewed pain and pathos into the inflexions
of his voice.
You ought to be slapped and put to bed." There was an extraordinary earnestness in her tone and when she ceased I listened yet to the seductive inflexions
of her voice, that no matter in what mood she spoke seemed only fit for tenderness and love.
I have once or twice seen sudden changes of expression on her pinched lips, and heard sudden inflexions
of tone in her calm voice, which have led me to suspect that her present state of suppression may have sealed up something dangerous in her nature, which used to evaporate harmlessly in the freedom of her former life.
His cool, neg ligent undertone had no inflexions
, but the strength of a powerful emotion made him ramble in his speech.
"Su maestria, sumada a una indeclinable vocacion civica, se ha impuesto como un modelo para las siguientes promociones literarias, sobre todo a partir de la publicacion de Incurable en 1987, que se constituyo casi de inmediato en un punto de inflexion
necesario y ya convertido en cauce por el que han discurrido los mas diversos caudales", precisa el acta resolutiva difundida durante este lunes por los organizadores de la Feria.
For deaths due to heart disease, stroke, and diabetes, the AAMRs experienced an inflexion
point in 2010.