Synonyms of 'inflection'
change in the pitch of the voiceHis voice was devoid of inflection.
His voice had a very slight German intonation.
the misplaced stress on the first syllable
The emphasis is on the first syllable of the word.
the rhythm and rhyme inherent in nursery rhymes
He recognised the Polish cadences in her voice.
a change in the form of a word, signalling change in such grammatical functions as tense or numberAt around 2 years, the child adds many grammatical inflections.
an angle or bend
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a recess or corner
brackets to adjust the steering wheel's angle
something curved in shape
The 71 offices are spread out in an arc around London.
Thesaurus for inflection from the Collins English Thesaurus