Of compounds in English — having two accented syllables, the second of which is the main accent of the compound. Most noun compounds in English are not double-stressed. However, there are some that are. Here are some examples: ˈstrawberry ˈjam, ˈPiccadilly ˈCircus, ˈcity ˈcentre. Many compound adjectives are double-stressed: ˈred-ˈfaced, ˈsky ˈblue, ˈold-ˈfashioned.