To the contrary, Jewish law is emphatic about how we treat one another, and forbids theft of any kind, from anyone.
They combined their error with crushing, emphatic certainty.
I tried to make that clear in the author's note at the start of the novella, but it seems that I was not emphatic enough.
It was not a collection with a host of ideas, but rather one with a strong and emphatic point of view.
It is a creepy sound, inhumanly high-pitched and strangely clipped and emphatic: “S-s-eeg maheevoh s-s-speeree.”
"I certainly do, daughter," was the Captain's emphatic reply.
But as for the liner, it continued with its emphatic reiteration.
These emphatic words were received with an explosion of laughter by the workers.
"I earned that, Martin," she returned determinedly to his emphatic remonstrance.
"Restez tranquilles," he says to the jeerers, with expressive and emphatic forefinger leveled at the group.