emphatically

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMPHATICALLY

When the details were explained to him Mike declared, emphatically, that some one had got at the mare.

"Of course I will," said Duncan emphatically over his shoulder.

Indeed, of no other pursuit can it so emphatically be said, as of this, that “Business makes men.”

My dear madam, I object to him—to him—emphatically to Ned himself.'

But love, symbolized by a rose-bud, is emphatically a botanical emotion.

Jacob uttered the word so emphatically that it rang through the house.

Jimmy most emphatically cannot think of marrying for many years to come.

The Handicap was emphatically the "big betting race" of the season.

So emphatically does nature protest against the destruction of the family.

“You do account for it, Miss Marbolt,” he said emphatically.

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