OTHER WORDS FROM underlineun·der·lin·ing, un·der·lin·e·a·tion [uhn-der-lin-ee-ey-shuhn], /ˌʌn dərˌlɪn iˈeɪ ʃən/, nounun·der·lin·er, noun
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How to use underline in a sentence
If you’re like me, when you’re finished reading a book it’s often filled with underlines, scribblings, circled portions and highlighted phrases.The Old World (of Textbooks) Is Dying, and the New World (of Textbooks) Hasn’t Arrived|Jakob McWhinney|August 11, 2022|Voice of San Diego
Because, rather than underline an emotion I have readily available, it reminds me of a world I passed by without noticing.
To underline the point, Noah Claypole “announced his intention of coming to see him hung.”
Yet the recent protests underline growing unease with her administration at home.Liberia: More Political Woes for Nobel Peace Prize-Winner Sirleaf|Clair MacDougall|July 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“Perhaps more than any other recipient, with Shirley I would underline the word life,” he said.Shirley MacLaine on ‘Bernie,’ ‘Downton Abbey,’ and Her Lifetime Achievments|Lorenza Muñoz|April 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He also came out strongly in favor of stem cell research, again using a personal family story to underline his commitment.
Words marked with a dotted underline are changes made by the transcriber.
To guard against omission, the traveller should underline the names of the places to be visited before commencing the round.The South of France--East Half|Charles Bertram Black
The simplest way to mark is to underline the words or to make a stroke alongside the verse.Pleasure & Profit in Bible Study|Dwight Moody
Therefore I ask you to consider well and deeply the next sentence of this letter—which I will underline.The Herapath Property|J. S. Fletcher
Words that were determined from context appear with a dotted underline.