Synonyms of inflection
1 intonationDictionary • His voice was devoid of inflection.
intonation • His voice had a very slight German intonation.
stress • the misplaced stress on the first syllable
emphasis • The emphasis is on the first syllable of the word.
rhythm • the rhythm and rhyme inherent in nursery rhymes
cadence • He recognised the Polish cadences in her voice.
2 conjugationDictionary • At around 2 years, the child adds many grammatical inflections. (grammar)
bend • The crash occurred on a sharp bend.
angle • brackets to adjust the steering wheel's angle
arch • Train the cane supports to form an arch.
crook • She hid her face in the crook of her arm.
arc • The 71 offices are spread out in an arc around London.
curvature • He suffered from a curvature of the spine.
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angleAn angle is the shape that is created where two lines or surfaces join together.
• brackets to adjust the steering wheel's angle
arcAn arc is a smoothly curving line or movement.
• The 71 offices are spread out in an arc around London.
• Train the cane supports to form an arch.
Thesaurus for inflection from the Collins English Thesaurus