stress, emphasize, emphasise, punctuate, accent, accentuate
Meaning: to stress, single out as important; "Dr. Jones emphasizes exercise in addition to a change in diet"
underscore, underline, emphasize, emphasise
Meaning: give extra weight to (a communication); "Her gesture emphasized her words"
Are there any others you would emphasize?
When is it permissible to emphasize every single word in a sentence?
To emphasize the importance of these effects it is only necessary to recall that the constellations register the oldest traditions of our race.
Then Dicky slammed the living room door behind him to emphasize his words, went down the hall, slammed the apartment door and ran down the steps.
It would be a boon to speech-making if speakers would conserve the attention of their audiences in the same way and emphasize only the words representing the important ideas.
As this explanation is in entire disagreement with the view that the dream owes its origin to dissociated, uncritical cerebral activity, I will emphasize my view by an example:
Such words as interest, affection, concern, motivation, emphasize the bearing of what is foreseen upon the individual's fortunes, and his active desire to act to secure a possible result.
Do not emphasize the same idea over and over again unless you desire to lay extra stress on it; Senator Thurston desired to put the maximum amount of emphasis on "force" in his speech on page 50.
Upon March 3, 1876, at Olympian Springs, Bath County, Kentucky, flakes of a substance that looked like beef fell from the sky--"from a clear sky." We'd like to emphasize that it was said that nothing but this falling substance was visible in the sky.