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Synonyms for overemphasise

place special or excessive emphasis on

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Don McDonald, a spokesman for Liverpool Coastguard, said: "We cannot overemphasise the danger of going too close to the sea's edge in the kind of weather we are currently experiencing."
On this note, we cannot overemphasise the important role played by your government in the development of our country,' he said.
Professor Marian Knight, who led the research, said: "I cannot overemphasise to women with known health conditions the importance of seeking specialist advice before they stop or change their medicines in early pregnancy.
"The possibility of inaccurate financial reporting and sales manipulation could have far reaching impacts on the business community at large, which is why we cannot overemphasise enough the importance of having trained and certified accounting and financial management professionals who can help spot and safeguard businesses from these fraudulent activities," Gurowka added.
Schools can make some difference, though it is easy to overemphasise what this is and hard to define the educational ethos that will be more important than whether you can count to 10 or even 11 by the age of five.
THE esteemed Kevin Pullein has occasionally stressed in RPSPORT not to overemphasise the importance of home and away form.
"I cannot overemphasise therefore how much the team will need the supporters on Thursday night.
"But I think if we overemphasise the pressures that individuals might be under then we will distract from the performance.
'I cannot overemphasise religious leaders' contributions in security.
'We cannot overemphasise the negative impact of delay in payment of legitimate tax refund claims on the existing foreign investors and on future inflow of foreign direct investment in the country,' according to the letter obtained from FBR sources.
Sam said he couldn't overemphasise the importance of would-be sellers keeping their home clean and tidy.
Gary Brandrick, senior fire safety manager with North Wales fire service, said: "I can't overemphasise how lucky the two residents were to escape with their lives.
We cannot overemphasise that the best way to reduce the number of injuries during bonfire celebrations is by attending organised events.
"I can't overemphasise the importance of this win and I cannot praise the players enough.