Origin of emphatic
SYNONYMS FOR emphatic
Related formsem·phat·i·cal·ly, adverbem·phat·i·cal·ness, nounun·em·phat·ic, adjectiveun·em·phat·i·cal·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for emphatically
He implored me to do so with the zeal of someone who had just found God, emphatically praising the article.
“It is a pride and an honor to work in this garden,” he said emphatically.
As such, they emphatically demonstrate the accuracy of the “no risk to public” trope.The Sky Is Not Falling, and Ebola Is Not Out of Control|Kent Sepkowitz|October 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“This show has nothing to do with Hillary,” he said emphatically.
Let me emphatically state that what the Lands are alleged to have done is not the norm.Is It Wrong for Parents to Lock Up Their Disabled Kids?|Elizabeth Picciuto|August 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But since the crew was emphatically ordered to leave, a respirator might not provide much safety.The Status Civilization|Robert Sheckley
They said so emphatically that it was only to be for this once.The Leader of the Lower School|Angela Brazil
His short stub nose had prodded into countless hostile places where it most emphatically was not wanted.The Passing of Ku Sui|Anthony Gilmore
If it takes two most emphatically to make a quarrel, it needs two to make a friendship.
In her present vindictive mood, he would be emphatically a dangerous companion and counsellor.The Fallen Leaves|Wilkie Collins