belonging to set of English tense forms comprising the auxiliary verb do + an infinitive without to (adjective)
of obstruent consonants in Semitic languages. (adjective)
an emphatic consonant (noun)
Examples of word emphatic
Only slighly less annoyingâ€”and a by product of using emphasis too oftenâ€”is what I call the emphatic emphasis: emphasizing a sentence or phrase with, for example, italics, and then emphasizing again a word within the phrase with bold, underlining, or caps.
Young finally ended the competition in emphatic fashion.
The Celtics bounced back from back-to-back losses in emphatic fashion, beating the Sacramento Kings 108-63 Sunday night in one of the most one-sided wins in franchise history.
I use the word emphatic rather than like because it is not always essential that we have to particularly warm to the company of thecharacters whose journey that we are watching on screen.
Indeed, so emphatic is his artistic and, with it, social affectation that, when the novel's title character calls him a cook, he takes this as an affront to his honor: 'I am Chevalier de Juillet,' said [Mirobolant] ..., slapping his breast, 'and he has insulted me ....