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Cut-glass accents and castles have always been a draw for American audiences.
With a cut-glass accent, impeccable manners and sweet friendly nature.
These days, however, British actors are more likely to be covering up their cut-glass accents than cultivating them.
Her cut-glass accent and pearls add to the shocking pictures of the tortured bodies.
Differences in social background seem less pronounced; there are fewer cut-glass accents, and the gowns are a thing of the past.
The Gresham sisters alone were a carnival of cleavage, freshly cut flowers and cut-glass accents.
Let's break out of cut-glass accents
He is most known for "playing the quintessential, old school Englishman with his dashing good looks, cut-glass accent and thoroughly charming manner".
Mr. Mays, with his cut-glass accent and habit of landing on key words with both feet, would be a star pupil.
She'd been educated at one of Britain's top public boarding schools; she was intelligent, poised, had a cut-glass accent and was strikingly pretty.
The casting notes for the role call for Gillingham to be "good looking, very charismatic" with a "perfect cut-glass accent.
A comprehensive boy, who had failed his 11 plus, he is not your archetypal public-schooleducated barrister with a cut-glass accent and a self-confident veneer.
Prince William's cut-glass accent is a little less polished than Kate Middleton's
Steer fits in comfortably, her arpeggios and cut-glass accent's perfect diction cutting through its woolly acoustics.
Posh punks kept up standards in the Seventies: their artfully ripped bin-liners were worn with a cut-glass accent.
One of the great things about Downton Abbey is the sheer Britishness of it all - right down to those cut-glass accents.
The characterisation is deft, the New Look costumes and cut-glass accents an evocative delight, the unamplified singing a treat.
Send in Joanna Lumley: she can yap at them in that fabulous cut-glass accent and have the place sorted out in no time.
What makes it so watchable is that the cast, all cut-glass accents and evening dress, conjure up the sound effects as well as reading from their scripts.
And, just like Downton Abbey, his new period drama is awash with heaving-bosom action and cut-glass accents
But if you want to make it in 21st century Britain, you'd best have a cut-glass accent and public school pedigree, writes Sean O'Hagan
McGibbon could eventually mimic this naturally and, with the tilt of a cut-glass accent broadly based on art critic Brian Sewell, a new character emerged.
Pakistan affairs intellectual Anatol Lieven compared her accent as "cut-glass accent", but acknowledged her education and good-standing academic background.
Stepping out of her taxi at Blakes hotel, she is the epitome of Waspy chic, with her Chanel handbag and cut-glass accent.
His profession and supply of medication bring to mind "upper-class gentleman serial killers" or "cut-glass accented British actors brought in to play cold killers in Hollywood cinema".
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