|emphasize something||point up|
|accent, accent in music, cause of strain, emphasis in poetry, emphasis on syllable, importance; accent, emphasis placed on a syllable of a word; strain, tension, pressure; condition caused by physical or emotional strain, emphasize something, force def...||stress|
|add light areas in, best part, contrasting pale area, emphasize, light streaks in hair, mark with highlighter, put streaks in, reflection, representative part, something prominent or memorable, particularly enjoyable experience or event, interesting or...||highlight|
|add punctuation marks; interrupt, cut off; emphasize, stress, add punctuation to text, emphasize something, interrupt something often||punctuate|
|affect strongly; make an impression; emphasize; stamp, make a mark using pressure, apply a voltage, force to serve, influence deeply or please greatly, make clearly understood, press a shape into something, seize||impress|
|attaching special importance or significance to something; act of giving emphasize||emphasizing|
|background music, draw a line under, emphasize, emphasize; underline, line under something||underscore|
|caption under an illustration, emphasize, horizontal line underneath something written; caption under an illustration, line beneath something, mark with a line underneath, underscore; emphasize, put line below||underline|
|contrasting detail, emphasize something, intonation, main emphasis, make prominent; stress; emphasize, manner of pronunciation, mark above letter, mark something with an accent, mathematical symbol, mode of pronunciation characteristic of a group of pe...||accent|
|de-emphasize, make little of, treat something as less important||downplay|
|declare something persistently, maintain something against opposition, persevere; firmly emphasize, assert; demand emphatically, firmly request, require||insist|
|draw attention to something, stress something, emphasize, accent||accentuate|
|emphasize a question, for emphasis, interj. really?, truly? (used to express surprise, irony, disbelief, etc.), surely; in fact; truthfully; actually, what is more||indeed|
|emphasize again, re-stress, accent again||reemphasize|
|emphasize the beats or accents that are usually not accented (Music); make a word shorter by omitting one or more syllables or letters in the middle (Grammar), modify rhythm by accenting weak beat, shorten word by loss of sounds||syncopate|
|express again, emphasize, say again||rearticulate|
|factual and unimaginative, following basic meaning, used to emphasize truth of something, using alphabetical letters, verbatim, following the letter or exact words of the original, word for word; factual; accurate; relating to or expressed in letters||literal|
|fail to emphasize, not emphasize enough, not stress enough||underemphasize|
|in large amounts, openly, used to emphasize honesty, with liberty, without limits; frankly, honestly, without restrictions, without tightness or stiffness||freely|
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