(1) She saw him turn to a Lord near him, his Irish brogue fainter than it had been years before due to years of tutoring under English professors.(2) a sweet lilt of brogue in her voice(3) a fine Irish brogue(4) An Irish brogue greeted him but menace tainted his welcome.(5) For example, as he grew drunker in the final act, he began to slip back into the Irish brogue that he told us he had worked so hard to erase.(6) Several witnesses related the story of that operation, usually with an Irish brogue to enhance the color of Madden's bravado.(7) He may have a Dublin brogue and a very Irish sense of humour, but Mark Geary has found his home, and Ireland is not it.(8) It seemed to be a mix between the English accent and the Irish brogue .(9) Right from the outset, even if you ignored his Irish brogue , when you hear that he was born in Limerick, you would know he is Irish - and that's the Republic of Ireland he hastened to tell me.(10) Instead of requiring the actor to disguise it, the director forces every other performer essaying a Greek or Macedonian role to have an Irish brogue .(11) Instead of the melodious tones of an Irish brogue , the exaggerated drawl of an angry young man spat from the earpiece.(12) Higgins, a small stout woman who usually speaks in a booming Irish brogue , nods silently.(13) The Irish brogue became more pronounced as the voice became more panic-stricken.(14) Irish people speak English with an accent known as a brogue .(15) She still had her Irish brogue and could dance with the best of them.(16) A father to two sons and the keeper of a large but modest house, he speaks as little as possible - his voice reveals him as among the first generation to lose its Irish brogue .