unaccented

adjective
un·​ac·​cent·​ed | \ ˌən-ˈak-ˌsen-təd How to pronounce unaccented (audio) , chiefly British -sən-\

Definition of unaccented

: not spoken or written with an accent : not accented speaking unaccented English an unaccented [=unstressed] syllable

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Cristina Alarcon said in perfect, unaccented English. Julie Hernandez, The Mercury News, "DACA recipients wonder: What about our kids?," 21 June 2019 The stop-motion puppet dogs speak clear, unaccented English. Vanessa Hua, SFChronicle.com, "‘Your English is so good!’ — pop culture stereotypes Asians," 21 June 2018 Also very impressive is Robert Foran as Mike, the guy who made it out of Southie and now is a successful and unaccented doctor who once had a two-week fling with Margaret when both were teenagers. Tom Titus, latimes.com, "On Theater: ‘Good People’ is rich in heart and humor at Chance Theater," 1 May 2018

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First Known Use of unaccented

1598, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of unaccented was in 1598

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