less pronouncedI also experienced the sensation, but in less pronounced form.
be pronouncedHeight sounds as if it should be pronounced hate.
even more pronouncedThis tendency became even more pronounced as the market widened with improved means of transportation.
most pronouncedPeriods of westward growth have alternated with periods when lateral development was most pronounced.
must be pronouncedSince ‘him’ has greater prominence in (i), it cannot occur in its weak form , but must be pronounced , whereas in (ii) the pronunciation is likely to be .
very pronouncedImagination, which is conditioned by a breadth of experience, is seldom very pronounced in a man whose vision is narrowed by his occupation and training.
become more pronouncedFor more polar polymers, specific solvent effects become more pronounced and extrapolations have to be regarded with corresponding caution.
have pronouncedAn observer at the end of Innocent's reign, from the facts in front of him, could not have pronounced Innocent other than successful.
particularly pronouncedAmongst teenagers in temporary jobs the importance of special measures was particularly pronounced.