emphatic

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Characterized by emphasis
Stated with conviction

He gave me an emphatic no when I asked him out.

of obstruent consonants in Semitic languages
an emphatic consonant
belonging to set of English tense forms comprising the auxiliary verb do + an infinitive without to
spoken with any special impressiveness laid upon an act, word, or set of words
An emphatic response or statement is one made in a forceful way, because the speaker feels very strongly about what they are saying. His response was immediate and emphatic I answered both questions with an emphatic `Yes'
{s} forceful, insistent; stressed, pronounced
Striking the sense; attracting special attention; impressive; forcible
sudden and strong; "an emphatic no"
spoken with emphasis; "an emphatic word"
forceful and definite in expression or action; "the document contained a particularly emphatic guarantee of religious liberty" sudden and strong; "an emphatic no" spoken with emphasis; "an emphatic word
forceful and definite in expression or action; "the document contained a particularly emphatic guarantee of religious liberty"
An emphatic win or victory is one in which the winner has won by a large amount or distance. Yesterday's emphatic victory was their fifth in succession
Uttered with emphasis; made prominent and impressive by a peculiar stress of voice; laying stress; deserving of stress or emphasis; forcible; impressive; strong; as, to remonstrate in an emphatic manner; an emphatic word; an emphatic tone; emphatic reasoning
spoken with emphasis; "an emphatic word
If you are emphatic about something, you use forceful language which shows that you feel very strongly about what you are saying. The rebels are emphatic that this is not a surrender He is especially emphatic about the value of a precise routine
exclamatory
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emphatic clause
part of a sentence which is set apart at the beginning of a sentence for emphasis
emphatically
{a} strongly, forcibly, strikingly
emphatically
strongly, with force (as in speaking)
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Not really, but apparently
emphatically
without question and beyond doubt; "it was decidedly too expensive"; "she told him off in spades"; "by all odds they should win"
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If you say something emphatically, you say it in a forceful way which shows that you feel very strongly about what you are saying. `No fast food', she said emphatically Mr Davies has emphatically denied the charges
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With emphasis; forcibly; in a striking manner or degree; preëminently
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In an emphatic manner
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emphasis You use emphatically to emphasize the statement you are making. Making people feel foolish is emphatically not my strategy
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