verb (used with object), un·der·scored, un·der·scor·ing.
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Example sentences from the Web for underscore
But that only underscores the injustice of the sentence here.
Tocqueville underscores: “The few opulent citizens of a democracy constitute no exception to this rule.”
The 2010 cholera outbreak from sewage in a United Nations camp in Mirebalais underscores the need for improved sanitation.The Aid Industry Failed Haiti After Its 2010 Quake|Elise Jordan|February 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But it also underscores the pathway to victory for Democrats: painting your opponent as extreme.
This underscores the key difference between Democrats in 1989 and Republicans in 2013.The Bill Clinton and DLC Model For Reinventing the Republican Party|Will Marshall|March 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In edition 11, underscores are used to denote words and phrases italicized for emphasis.This Side of Paradise|F. Scott Fitzgerald
Sole in the violent welter of those sheets it had no underscores nor any exclamations.This Freedom|A. S. M. Hutchinson
This latter theme, with the motive of Fate, underscores the earlier portions of the dialogue between Golaud and Mélisande.Debussy's Pellas et Mlisande|Lawrence Gilman
Italicized text is represented in the etext with underscores thusly.Latter-Day Pamphlets|Thomas Carlyle
The sad situation of the smaller and much less industrialized Monocacy in the same summer underscores the point.The Nation's River|United States Department of the Interior