What is another word for underlines?

Pronunciation: [ˌʌndəlˈa͡ɪnz] (IPA)

Underlines are an effective way to emphasize certain words or phrases in written text. However, overusing the same word repeatedly can make your writing seem repetitive and dull. This is why it's important to have a variety of synonyms for "underlines" in your vocabulary. Some synonyms for underline include highlight, emphasize, accentuate, underscore, stress, accent, and feature. Depending on the context and tone of your writing, you can use these words interchangeably to create a more diverse and interesting piece of writing. Experimenting with different synonyms for "underlines" can also challenge you to think more creatively and improve your writing skills overall.

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Usage examples for Underlines

And as he says it is urgent, and underlines the word- Svava.
"Three Comedies"
Björnstjerne M. Björnson Commentator: R. Farquharson Sharp
Prohibition does not produce drunkenness, but it reveals it, underlines it.
"In Times Like These"
Nellie L. McClung
Italicised text uses the standard underlines before and after the text.
"Instructions on Modern American Bridge Building"
G. B. N. Tower

Famous quotes with Underlines

  • We make too much of that long groan which underlines the past.
    Derek Walcott
  • Sex also concentrates the mind wonderfully, and that is why civilised man is so obsessed by it. It enables him to "savour every fraction of an inch," not merely of the act of sexual intercourse, but of living itself. But that, of course, only underlines the basic problem: after coitus, "man becomes sad," because he quickly returns to his unconcentrated and defocused state. In sexual excitement, it is the spirit itself that becomes erect, and becomes capable of penetrating the meaning of life. Normal consciousness is limp and flaccid; its attitude towards reality is defensive. This is what Sartre called , that feeling of being at the mercy of chance.
    Colin Wilson

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