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Definition of Underscore

Underscore

  1. To draw a mark or line under; to underline.

Underscore Quotations

Great leaders don't need to act tough. Their confidence and humility serve to underscore their toughness.
Simon Sinek

You cannot hear the name Martin Luther King, Jr., and not think of death. You might hear the words 'I have a dream,' but they will doubtlessly only serve to underscore an image of a simple motel balcony, a large man made small, a pool of blood. For as famous as he may have been in life, it is - and was - death that ultimately defined him.
Michael Eric Dyson

The time has come to underscore the fact that our and others' rights are contingent on our willingness to assert and defend them.
John Charles Polanyi

My father was very disappointed by war and fighting. And he thought language could help us out of cycles of revenge and animosity. And so, as a journalist, he always found himself asking lots of questions and trying to gather information. He was always very clear to underscore the fact that Jewish people and Arab people were brother and sister.
Naomi Shihab Nye

The Commission's findings underscore that the nation is still vulnerable to attack and that we must move more quickly to make us safer. We must take the Commission's work and use it to make certain that such horrific attacks never occur again.
Lane Evans
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Underscore Translations

underscore in French is soulignement
underscore in German is unterstreichen
underscore in Italian is sottolineare
underscore in Spanish is subrayar
underscore in Swedish is understrykning

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