Definition of Unstressed. Meaning of Unstressed. Synonyms of Unstressed

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- may occur when a vowel changes from a stressed to an unstressed position. In English, unstressed vowels may reduce to schwa-like vowels, though the details...
- stress: they occur practically exclusively in unstressed syllables; and conversely, most (though not all) unstressed syllables contain one of these sounds. These...
- Curitiba in Paraná[citation needed]). In Neapolitan, a final, unstressed ⟨a⟩, and unstressed ⟨e⟩ and ⟨o⟩ are pronounced as a schwa: pìzza ('pizza'), semmàna...
- pronounced identically. Unstressed syllables in English may contain almost any vowel, but in practice vowels in stressed and unstressed syllables tend to use...
- through the use of stress, alternating between unstressed and stressed syllables. An English unstressed syllable is equivalent to a cl****ical short syllable...
- and unstressed syllables, typically with two stressed syllables per half line. Unlike typical Western poetry, however, the number of unstressed syllables...
- scansion does. In the second line, "and" is both unstressed and ictic, but the scansion marks it only as unstressed. Although this is now a better representation...
- for secondary stress, so that e.g. ⟨ˌɪ⟩ is a full unstressed /ɪ/ while ⟨ɪ⟩ is a reduced unstressed schwi. The vowel quality may be considered distinct...
- one or more sounds from the end of a word, especially the loss of an unstressed vowel. Apocope comes from the Gr**** ἀποκοπή (apokopḗ) from ἀποκόπτειν...
- is a trochee, with the first syllable stressed and the second syllable unstressed. In an trochaic-or-iambic pair, each word can be either a trochee (stressed...
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