What is another word for underscored?

Pronunciation: [ˌʌndəskˈɔːd] (IPA)

Underscored is a verb which means to emphasize or highlight the importance of something. There are several synonyms for this word that can be used interchangeably to convey a similar meaning. Some of the synonyms for underscored are accentuated, emphasized, highlighted, stressed, brought out, emphasized, pinpointed, spotlighted, and underlined. These words can be used in various contexts such as in academic writing, speeches, or even in casual conversations to give more importance or emphasis to a particular point. Using these synonyms can also add more variety to your vocabulary and make your writing or speech more engaging.

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Usage examples for Underscored

The last words were underscored three or four times.
"My Home In The Field of Honor"
Frances Wilson Huard
These notices are underscored, in accordance with the importance of attendance, from a single line, meaning that the whip desires the member's attendance, to four lines, or a couple of very thick lines, which mean "come on pain of being thought a deserter."
"The Government of England (Vol. I)"
A. Lawrence Lowell
Her Bible was freely underscored and filled with notations.
"The Story of Our Hymns"
Ernest Edwin Ryden

Famous quotes with Underscored

  • I said it was my feeling that the American people would struggle for peace, and that has since been underscored by the President of these United States.
    Paul Robeson
  • I was not meant to be alone. I am not good at it. The years since Ruth's passing have ticked by with the kind of desparate silence known only to the elderly. It is a silence underscored by loneliness and the knowledge that the good years are already in the past, coupled with the complications of old age itself. The body is not meant to survive nearly a century. I speak from experience when I say this...
    Nicholas Sparks
  • The champions of militant Islam are, of course, misogynists, woman-haters; they are also misologists — haters of reason. Their armed doctrine is little more than a chaotic penal code underscored by impotent dreams of genocide. And, like all religions, it is a massive agglutination of stock response, of cliches, of inherited and unexamined formulations.
    Martin Amis

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