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emphasized

[ em-fuh-sahyzd ]
/ ˈɛm fəˌsaɪzd /
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adjective
made more visible, more important, etc.; stressed: Read the emphasized sentence carefully, and contrast it with the information given in the previous paragraph.Good sportsmanship was the emphasized theme of the club's operations.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of emphasize.
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Also especially British, em·pha·sised .

Origin of emphasized

OTHER WORDS FROM emphasized

un·em·pha·sized; especially British, un·em·pha·sised, adjectivewell-em·pha·sized; especially British, well-em·pha·sised, adjective
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