verb (used with object), em·pha·sized, em·pha·siz·ing.
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The palace has emphasised that William will be attending the funeral in a private capacity, and that the press are not welcome.William Drops Out of Royal Tour To Attend Nanny's Funeral|Tom Sykes|October 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Since his videos exult in the killing of innocent civilians, any cross-examination would have emphasised his inhumanity.
The necessity of these casings being as perfect as possible is emphasised by the Engineer.Our First Half-Century|Government of Queensland
This view may be emphasised by the most remarkable writings of the period.English Literature and Society in the Eighteenth Century|Leslie Stephen
This difference between the natural and the mental sciences has been emphasised, at various times, since the time of Plato.An Interpretation of Rudolf Eucken's Philosophy|W. Tudor Jones
He emphasised the fact that his life had been unpolluted and his morals irreproachable.A Book of Remarkable Criminals|H. B. Irving
The sympathy poured upon him, welcome though it was, but emphasised his sense of the pitiable failure of his existence.Cleo The Magnificent|Louis Zangwill