verb (used with object), un·der·scored, un·der·scor·ing.
Examples from the Web for underscored
It also underscored the power of the Internet to spread content and prompt debate.‘Gangnam Style,’ ‘Call Me Maybe’ & More of 2012’s Best Viral Videos|Ben Teitelbaum|December 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
This fact was underscored by the failure of the recent climate talks in Doha to achieve any substantive deal.A Desperate Need for Electricity in China and Other Developing Countries Is Fueling Global Coal Use|Robert Bryce|December 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The Yugoslavian civil wars only underscored the stability elsewhere on the continent.
Actress Natalie Portman underscored that history when she walked the Oscar red carpet in a vintage Dior gown last month.Paris Fall 2012 Fashion Week: Are Designers Bashing Women?|Robin Givhan|March 2, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Speaking at the scene, he underscored that the missing-persons reports had become the main line of inquiry.Missing Women Give Clues to Dead Body Found on Queen’s Estate|Charlotte Edwardes|January 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Hover the cursor over the underscored text to see the nature of the correction.Shelley and the Marriage Question|John Todhunter
And he used a much stronger as well as much shorter word than the one underscored; but let it pass.For Woman's Love|Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth
The words as underscored in the original letter by Washington were to emphasize his meaning upon this subject.Washington's Masonic Correspondence|Julius F. Sachse
Hover the cursor over the underscored text and the original text should be displayed.A Trip to California in 1853|Washington Bailey
I have underscored words representative of all the thoughts that especially appeal to me as fitting the needs of my class.Sunday-School Success|Amos R. Wells