To mark a line below, as words; to underscore.
Emphasize or call attention to; highlight; as, Long waits at the emergency room underline the need for a larger hospital.
To emphasize or identify by drawing a line under the characters or subject.
As you might imagine, a line drawn beneath the baseline across an instance of text.
The length and shape of the line from the elbow to the sheath or udder.
a line drawn underneath (especially under written matter)
give extra weight to (a communication); "Her gesture emphasized her words"
draw a line or lines underneath to call attention to
a horizontal line placed below a portion of text to show emphasis
A method for showing emphasis not usually used in modern typesetting. The advent of bold and italic faces make underlining a word almost obsolete. This method is still used though for certain types of titles, such as the names of court cases in the legal system ( Smith vs. Jones for instance).
To create a line at, or slightly below, the baseline of one or more letters, words, or sentences. Underlining is a method of adding emphasis. However, with the advent of bold and italic faces, it is less used today. See also BASELINE BOLDFACE EMPHASIS ITALIC UNDERSCORE
A line set at or slightly below the baseline of one or more letters of text.
An underline is used in the label of a widget such as a button or a menu item to indicate the presence and value of a mnemonic. In PHP-GTK 2, mnemonic support is enabled by default, so that a menu item with the label text _Save will automatically have as its keyboard shortcut. You can switch off this default behaviour when constructing simple widgets such as GtkButton and GtkMenuItem, or alternatively use a double underscore __ in order to display a single one where mnemonic support is present. See also: Accelerator, Mnemonic.
(): Ch. 5 Causes text to be underlined. Not supported by all browsers.
Underline is a tag in HTML. You make an underline like this:utext/u In a browser, it looks like this: text
Character formatting option. To format a selection of text so that the text is printed with a line slightly below it. áˆ˜áˆµáˆ˜áˆ¨áŒáˆáŒŒ View
An underline is one or more horizontal lines immediately below a portion of writing. Single, and occasionally double, underlining was originally used in hand-written or typewritten documents to emphasise text. In a manuscript to be typeset, various forms of underlining were conventionally used to indicate that text should be set in a special typeface such as italics to show emphasis, part of a procedure known as markup.