importance attached to a thing: to lay stress upon good manners.
Phonetics. emphasis in the form of prominent relative loudness of a syllable or a word as a result of special effort in utterance.
Prosody. accent or emphasis on syllables in a metrical pattern; beat.
emphasis in melody, rhythm, etc.; beat.
the physical pressure, pull, or other force exerted on one thing by another; strain.
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restress | to stress or emphasize again or differently | Definition, pronunciation,
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English dictionary definition of restress. vb to stress or emphasize again or ...
Restless definition, characterized by or showing inability to remain at rest: a
restless mood. See more.
restless definition, meaning, what is restless: unwilling or unable to stay still or to
be quiet and calm, because you are worried or…. Learn more.
When you're restless, you find it hard to sit still or concentrate on anything. An
audience often grows restless when they're waiting for the second act of a play to
Verb. restress (third-person singular simple present restresses, present
participle restressing, simple past and past participle restressed). To stress again.
Define restless: feeling nervous or bored and tending to move around a lot : not
relaxed or calm — restless in a sentence.
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