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It is far more emphatically about the contemporary scene. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He would deny it emphatically (out of pride? Times, Sunday Times (2012)He also emphatically rejected that the Princess had been pregnant. Times, Sunday Times (2006)And earlier this month a public referendum emphatically rejected the proposed congestion charge in Manchester. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Some staff nod emphatically at the request; others find ways to convey their surprise at my asking. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I say something about Mormons and she nods emphatically. Times, Sunday Times (2015)How can they press ahead with something which has now been emphatically rejected THREE times? The Sun (2008)He hastened to say that he emphatically regarded the EU as a success. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The idea that the World Cup should be restricted to an elite is emphatically rejected here. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He rejects the allegation emphatically and, it sounds, sincerely. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Both have a sense of the venture's stupidity, a view the fellowship emphatically rejects. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Now it is much more about making money,' she says emphatically. Times, Sunday Times (2006)As a junior, she was concerned when playing her pals because she feared that if she beat them too emphatically, it could end the friendship. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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British English: emphatically ADVERB
If you say something emphatically, you say it in a forceful way which shows that you feel very strongly about what you are saying.
'No fast food', she said emphatically.
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