|one who accents, one who stresses, one who emphasizes||emphasizer|
|4-syllable poetic foot, poetic foot of verse used in lyric poetry having two unstressed syllables flanked by the two rhythmic stresses marking the first and last syllables of the foot||choriamb|
|accents or other signs added to writing to give distinct characteristics||diacriticals|
|acknowledge, be in possession of; belong to; confess, belonging to oneself or itself (mine, yours, his, etc.); self, by oneself, emphasizes possessive, have something as property, indicates that somebody does something unaided, take responsibility for||own|
|act of emphasizing the beats or accents that are usually not accented (Music); omission of a letter or sound from the middle of a word (Grammar); change of meter (Poetry), placing of accent on weak beat, syncope||syncopation|
|anti-Marxist socialist movement, practice of reconsidering long-standing policies and beliefs; anti-Marxist movement which stresses evolution and reform over revolution and radical change, reconsidering of accepted truths||revisionism|
|as it is, conj. in order that, emphasizes a quality, in this way; to such an extent; to what extent; therefore; very much, indeed, indicates identity, indicates position or dimensions, indicates similarity, interj. well (used to express surprise, amaze...||so|
|at the time that, because, conj. compared to -, to the extent of -, despite, emphasizes amounts, in the same way that, in the way that, introduces clause, like, similarly, time when, used for comparison, what||as|
|emphasize the beats or accents that are usually not accented (Music); make a word shorter by omitting one or more syllables or letters in the middle (Grammar), modify rhythm by accenting weak beat, shorten word by loss of sounds||syncopate|
|emphasizes importance, extreme, extremely, in an emphasized manner, gives emphasis, particular, specific; absolute, complete; simple, mere; genuine; actual, right||very|
|one who advocates the reform of long-standing policies and beliefs; member of an anti-Marxist movement which stresses evolution and reform over revolution and radical change||revisionist|
|organization for boys which emphasizes outdoor life and service to others||Boy Scouts|
|person who opposes the modernist movement, one who favors postmodernism (movement that emphasizes local characteristics instead of the modernist stress on international unity)||postmodernist|
|personal trait, political belief in importance of individual, pursuit of personal goals, theory which emphasizes the rights and independence of the individual; independent thought and action; individuality||individualism|
|philosophy emphasizing divine, philosophy emphasizing reasoning, philosophy which holds that reasoning is key to understanding reality (assoc. with Kant); philosophy which stresses intuition and spirituality (assoc. with Ralph Waldo Emerson); transcend...||transcendentalism|
|school of medicine and surgery that emphasizes the interrelationship of the muscles and bones to all other body systems, branch of medicine which promotes health by the manipulation of the bones; bone disease, treatment of skeletal problems||osteopathy|
|traditional philosophy and religion which emphasizes the moral duty of man to fellow man (founded by Confucius)||Confucianism|
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