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Accent may refer to:
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Speech and language
- Accent (sociolinguistics), way of pronunciation by a speaker with shared characteristic of a certain locality within the community
- Accent (phonetics), prominence given to a particular syllable in a word, or a word in a phrase
- Accent (poetry), placement of prominent syllables in scansion
- Diacritic or accent mark, a mark added to a letter to indicate sound value
- Accentus (fallacy) or Fallacy of accent, a logical fallacy related to Reification (fallacy)
- Accent (art), an emphasis on a lighter portion of a drawing; where the light hits an object and brightens it in contrast to the subject.
- Aeros Accent, a paraglider
- Hyundai Accent, car produced by Hyundai Motor Company
- Accent Records, a record label
- ACCENT Speakers Bureau, a student-run organization at the University of Florida
- Brand name for monosodium glutamate (MSG)
- Accentuation, an increase in intensity of a heart murmur
- All pages beginning with "Accent"
- All pages with titles containing "Accent"
- Accentuate the Positive, 1944 song written by Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer
- Accenture, company
- Accentor, bird species
- Accentor class minesweeper, ship
- Ascent (disambiguation)
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