underlines, 3rd person singular present; underlined, past participle; underlined, past tense; underlining, present participle;
Draw a line under (a word or phrase) to give emphasis or indicate special type
the improvement in retail sales was underlined by these figures
A line drawn under a word or phrase, esp. for emphasis
The line of the lower part of an animal's body
underscore: a line drawn underneath (especially under written matter)
underscore: give extra weight to (a communication); "Her gesture emphasized her words"
draw a line or lines underneath to call attention to
An underline, also called an underscore, is one or more horizontal lines immediately below a portion of writing. Single, and occasionally double ("double-underscore"), underlining was originally used in hand-written or typewritten documents to emphasise text. ...
A line placed underneath a piece of text in order to provide emphasis or to indicate that it should be viewed in italics or that it acts as a hyperlink; An _ character; To draw a line underneath something, especially to add emphasis; to underscore; To emphasise or stress something; Passing under ...
(underlines) to indicate hyperlinks,
(Underlining) Using a pencil or pen to underline passages in a book to draw attention to the underlined text. See also Highlighting and Marginalia.
(underlining) Lining used to add body to a garment.
(Underlining) A layer of lightweight fabric seam into a garment to reinforce seams, add weight or firmness, hide construction details, and provide a layer for inner stitching.
(Underlining) A light weight fabric that is cut exactly the same as the fashion fabric and placed on the wrong side of the fashion fabric. They are then sewn as one piece.
(Underlining) A lining of felt, PVC, or similar, laid over the rafters and beneath the tiles and battens, to provide a second line of defence to a roof against weather penetration.
(underlining) Method of recording the intensity of a symptom.
(underlining) Used to give extra body and firmness to a garment and help it to keep its shape. It should always be of a lighter weight than the fabric with which it’s used. The lining pieces are cut out to the same size and shape as the garment pieces.
Creates wavy underline. Requires ulem package. See Formatting.
To demarcate or emphasize something with a line beneath; to underscore. In e-mail and ASCII text, this is indicated by placing an underline immediately before and after the affected word or phrase (eg: _Paradise_Lost_ ). ...
The shape found under dog from brisket to flank.
Underline is a tag in HTML. You make an underline like this:<u>text</u> In a browser, it looks like this: text
If you'd rather have all you terms underlined (only with a broken line), then choose "replace with acronym link" in the Term Indicator box.
Applies underline formatting to selected text.
The bottom line of the horse from the elbow to the sheath or udder.
Use this to underline some text. Be careful! You don't want to confuse people into thinking it is a link, as links are often underlined. Use sparingly.