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underscore

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of underscore

  1. to indicate the importance of by giving prominent display a history of the Old West that underscores the role that pioneer women had in bringing order and stability to the wild frontier Synonyms of underscore accentuate, bring out, italicize, stress, underline, emphasizeWords Related to underscore amplify, beef (up), boost, reinforce (also reenforce), strengthen; augment, deepen, enhance, enlarge, heighten, magnify, maximize, supplement; enliven, jazz (up)Near Antonyms of underscore decrease, diminish, lessen, minimize, reduce, subdue, tone (down), understate, weakenAntonyms of underscore de-emphasize



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