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  • n. Plural form of underlining.

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Examples

  • And perhaps I thought he'd understand me a little better, reading through my notes, and underlinings.

    Allison Hill: Books I've Loved and Lost

  • My friend, Lesley's copy of A Path to Love, a book I borrowed from her years ago but that I so love re-reading, seeing her underlinings, knowing who she was at that time, and who she's grown into, that I have yet to return it.

    Allison Hill: Books I've Loved and Lost

  • Not the stories that would otherwise be found in an e-book, or online these days, but the physical books with their notes and underlinings and associations, pressed flowers or photos stuck between the pages, bookmarks from a special place, an inscription from a friend.

    Allison Hill: Books I've Loved and Lost

  • There are three important underlinings which should be used.

    How to Help Your Child Learn To Read « Articles « Literacy News

  • It's actually a dynamic that applies to many real life situations – a lot of working dynamics, a lot of bosses and their underlinings.

    Seth Rogen's Green Hornet Hype Begins With a Logo « FirstShowing.net

  • But here, left, Gary Mitchell's ESP profile from the TOS pilot "Where No Man Has Gone Before" is mostly in old typewriter font... with underlinings in pen---how quaint!

    Space: Sans-Serif

  • This was a no-notes-no-underlinings read, I was glued to the action and just had to brace myself and live out the terror as things fall apart around Sally and her ever-so-scatty husband Nick and their uber-demanding two small children.

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  • This is what he wrote, with more underlinings and points of admiration than Elspeth at her worst - not Times style at all:

    Watershed

  • But page after page had underlinings without comment, or faded yellow highlighting that may have just dated back to his college days, long before I was born.

    Claim to Fame

  • All round North Tawton, along the valleys of the Taw and the Yeo, I had freckled my map with pencil rings and underlinings to highlight a remarkable concentration of two things: churches containing masks of the chameleon Green Man, and places called Nymet, Nympton or Nymph, of which there are at least thirteen.

    Wildwood

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