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un|der|line
un|der|line «UHN duhr LYN, UHN duhr LYN», verb, -lined, -lin|ing, noun.
–v.t.
1. to draw a line or lines under; underscore: »

In writing, we underline titles of books.

2. Figurative. to make emphatic or more emphatic; emphasize.
–n.
1. a line drawn or printed under a word or passage.
2. the line of the lower part of the body of an animal, especially a sheep.

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