Sense-stress



noun
1.
sentence stress.
sentence stress
noun
1.
the stress pattern or patterns associated with words as arranged in sentences in a particular language.
sentence stress
noun
1.
the stress given to a word or words in a sentence, often conveying nuances of meaning or emphasis

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