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overemphasize

oh vuh rem fuh sahyz

  • v  place special or excessive emphasis on
    I cannot overemphasize the importance of this book

  • Like Republicans, Democrats are prone to overemphasize their favorite facts and theories, to gloss over contradictory data, to skew their analysis to match their values.
  • In his first public comment about "Lucy's Legacy," he tells PTI: "While I cannot overemphasize my personal concerns for Lucy's safety, a broader exposure of Lucy to the public .
  • WOODWARD: I think it's impossible to overemphasize the role of Rumsfeld in all of this.
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  • Rick Perry in MiamiHerald.com
    It's a big storm,Texas Gov. Rick Perry said. "I cannot overemphasize the danger that is facing us. It's going to do some substantial damage. It's going to knock out power. It's going to cause massive flooding."
  • Kevin Pritchard in SI.com
    We picked the right kid, he cares about his organization. And I can't (overemphasize) how bad he felt, and not because he had to go through the rehab and all that, but because he felt like he let us down,Pritchard said, "and he hasn't let...
  • George Karl in USA Today
    We tried to overemphasize in the scouting report that Mark Blount is probably playing offensively as well as Garnett is,Denver coach George Karl said. "He made two big shots. We just didn't recognize that he could make that 20-footer."

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