emphatic[ em-fat-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF emphatic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMPHATIC
But as for the liner, it continued with its emphatic reiteration.
"I earned that, Martin," she returned determinedly to his emphatic remonstrance.
He stepped closer to the Lakonian, and spoke with emphatic briefness.
It was their sole, emphatic mission to kill, burn, and destroy.
They were aware that Arulai's "marks" were likely to be emphatic, for Arulai never does things by halves.
If there was to be a denial of self, however, he was emphatic that his should be the sacrifice.
His quarrel had been with Spurling, not with Granger; he was emphatic about that.
And Joe accompanied his final decision with an emphatic nod.
To his chums the captain was emphatic in his orders that secrecy be preserved.
"Yes, I—" It suddenly occurred to him that his language had been as emphatic as his actions.