Synonyms of inflection in English:

inflection


See US English definition of inflection

See UK English definition of inflection

See Spanish definition of flexión

noun

1‘these distinctions are often encoded in verbal inflections’

SYNONYMS
conjugation, declension
form, ending, case

2‘his voice was completely without inflection’

SYNONYMS
stress, cadence, rhythm, accentuation, intonation, emphasis, modulation, metre, measure, rise and fall, swing, lilt, beat, change of pitch, change of tone, change of timbre

3‘a point of inflection’

SYNONYMS
curving, curvature, bending, turning
curve, bend, turn, bow, crook, angle, arc, arch