[ verb uhn-der-skawr, -skohr, uhn-der-skawr, -skohr; noun uhn-der-skawr, -skohr ]SEE DEFINITION OF underscored
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The notice to Howard, with the name of Vargrave underscored, was still on the panels.

It must be underscored, so that everybody shall stop, look, and listen.

"Underscore that word, if you please;" and the word was underscored.

She underscored the expression of her regret if she had vexed him.

But now, in the light of these underscored lines, the worn hands no longer looked pathetic.

Hover the cursor over the underscored text and the original text should be displayed.

Hover the cursor over the underscored text to see the nature of the correction.

The two words "absolutely everything" were underscored, it is true; but they could be interpreted in so many ways.

A paper of twenty pages would come in, with an underscored request to please read through, carefully.

I have underscored it for you; you shall look at it; you shall know that I, Mr. Jackson, understand and mean it.