Again the accent slipped as the man spelled the name.
She let her accent slip into broad brogue.
His accent had slipped several notches down the social scale since the morning's condescension.
Why, I have heard her accent slip more than once.
"I play none," she said, and she knew her accent had slipped from a stable boy to the more precise diction of royalty.
"I don't know what you're talking about," the man said; his Hungarian accent did not slip.
Since then, my accent has slipped and slid all over the map.
Madeleine's accent was slipping, moving into another voice, low and guttural.
His accent slipped a little on the last few words, and the slip strengthened Rachel's resolve.