speech pattern

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Noun1.speech pattern - distinctive manner of oral expressionspeech pattern - distinctive manner of oral expression; "he couldn't suppress his contemptuous accent"; "she had a very clear speech pattern"
pronunciation - the manner in which someone utters a word; "they are always correcting my pronunciation"
drawl - a slow speech pattern with prolonged vowels
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Arbos manifests a speech pattern that seems similar to the stammering of King George VI in the 2010 film "King's Speech.
Depending on the speech pattern, successive bits of speech are rapidly digitized at one of four different base band bit rates -- 9.
Johnson's young voice and speech pattern lend the perfect blend of passive anger and anxiety to this tale of teenaged girls ejected from their safe, comfortable, predictable world into a dark, visionless frontier.
There is one sentence in the first book that attempts to reproduce an authentic speech pattern of the insider culture.
A bizarre speech pattern has him rapidly repeating phrases over and over again.
Rather than wearing makeup or props to show the deformities, Lees-Smith contorted his own body and created the unusual speech pattern he felt, from research, that the real Merrick might have used.
You know the type: axle-grease smear on the front of his T-shirt, more chrome on his manifold than in his bathroom, a speech pattern that somehow gets two syllables out of the name Dale.
With continuing research and development, the PCA will ultimately be able to recognize continuous human speech in multiple languages of any speech pattern.
The decision to take out the obscenities originally penned into the thriller, set in the 1950s, simply had to do with ``the speech pattern of the time,'' Tamahori said.
His speech pattern is arresting - a kind of tyrant staccato.
5) By using the dominant position of English, make Welsh simpler, standardised, more fashionable , and , as I have demonstrated to Cymdeithas in Caernarfon at several meetings, make it easier to learn for English only speakers by, perhaps using the English speech pattern with Welsh words (perfect grammar at this stage is not a pressing need).
What the Commission needs to address is the ignorance and prejudice which mistakenly links intellect and attraction with speech pattern.