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Undenominational Fellowship of Christian Churches and Churches of Christ
also called  Independent Christian Churches,         autonomous Protestant churches in the United States that were formerly associated primarily with the Disciples of ...
undenotable
adj. * * *
undenotative
adj.; undenotatively, adv. * * *
undenoted
adj. * * *
undenounced
adj. * * *
undented
adj. * * *
undenuded
adj. * * *
undenunciated
adj. * * *
undenunciatory
adj. * * *
undeparted
adj. * * *
undeparting
adj. * * *
undependable
adj.; undependableness, n.; undependably, adv. * * *
undependent
adj. * * *
undepicted
adj. * * *
undepleted
adj. * * *
undeplored
adj. * * *
undeported
adj. * * *
undeposable
adj. * * *
undeposed
adj. * * *
undeposited
adj. * * *
undepraved
adj. * * *
undeprecated
adj. * * *
undeprecating
adj.; undeprecatingly, adv. * * *
undeprecative
adj.; undeprecatively, adv. * * *
undepreciable
adj. * * *
undepreciated
adj. * * *
undepreciative
adj. * * *
undepreciatory
adj. * * *
undepressed
adj. * * *
undepressible
adj. * * *
undepressing
adj. * * *
undepressive
adj.; undepressively, adv.; undepressiveness, n. * * *
undeprived
adj. * * *
undeputed
adj. * * *
undeputized
adj. * * *
under
/un"deuhr/, prep. 1. beneath and covered by: under a table; under a tree. 2. below the surface of: under water; under the skin. 3. at a point or position lower or further down ...
Under Milk Wood
a play (1953) by Dylan Thomas about a day in the life of a Welsh village by the sea. It was originally written for radio, and is still very popular because of its rich language ...
under secretary
(often caps.) an official who is subordinate to a principal secretary, as in the U.S. cabinet: Under Secretary of the Treasury. Also, undersecretary. [1680-90] * * *
under way
1. Also, underway. (of a ship) no longer in port, at anchor, etc.; moving. 2. no longer at rest, stationary, etc.; in motion; traveling: We'll put our bags in the car and be ...
under-
a prefixal use of under, as to indicate place or situation below or beneath (underbrush; undertow); lower in grade or dignity (undersheriff; understudy); of lesser degree, ...
under-bid
See underbid. * * *
under-the-counter
/un"deuhr dheuh kown"teuhr/, adj. 1. (of merchandise) sold clandestinely. 2. illegal; unauthorized: under-the-counter payments. [1945-50] * * *
under-the-table
/un"deuhr dheuh tay"beuhl/, adj. transacted in secret or in an underhanded manner. [1945-50] * * *
underachieve
—underachievement, n. /un'deuhr euh cheev"/, v.i., underachieved, underachieving. 1. to perform, esp. academically, below the potential indicated by tests of one's mental ...
underachievement
See underachieve. * * *
underachiever
/un'deuhr euh chee"veuhr/, n. 1. a student who performs less well in school than would be expected on the basis of abilities indicated by intelligence and aptitude tests, etc. 2. ...
underact
—underactor, n. /un'deuhr akt"/, v.t., v.i. to underplay. [1615-25; UNDER- + ACT] * * *
underactive
—underactivity, underactiveness, n. /un'deuhr ak"tiv/, adj. insufficiently active: an underactive thyroid gland. [1955-60; UNDER- + ACTIVE] * * *
underage
underage1 /un'deuhr ayj"/, adj. lacking the required age, esp. that of legal maturity. [1585-95; UNDER- + AGE] underage2 /un"deuhr ij/, n. shortage; deficiency in ...
underagency
n., pl. underagencies. * * *
underagent
n. * * *
underaim
n. v. * * *
underalderman
n., pl. underaldermen. * * *
underanged
adj. * * *
underarm
/un"deuhr ahrm'/, adj. 1. of, situated, or for use under the arm or in the armpit: an underarm deodorant. 2. underhand: an underarm pitch in softball. n. 3. armpit. adv. 4. ...
underarmed
/un'deuhr ahrmd"/, adj. not having sufficient weapons. [UNDER- + ARMED] * * *
underaverage
adj. * * *
underbailiff
n. * * *
underbake
v.t., underbaked, underbaking. * * *
underbalance
v.t., underbalanced, underbalancing. * * *
underballast
v.t. * * *
underbank
v. * * *
underbeadle
n. * * *
underbeak
n. * * *
underbeam
n. * * *
underbearer
/un"deuhr bair'euhr/, n. Nova Scotia. a pallbearer. [1690-1700; UNDER- + BEARER] * * *
underbeat
n. * * *
underbeaten
adj. * * *
underbelly
/un"deuhr bel'ee/, n., pl. underbellies. 1. the lower abdomen; posterior ventral area, as of an animal's body. 2. the lower surface of an object; underside: the underbelly of an ...
underbid
—underbidder, n. /un'deuhr bid"/, v.t., underbid, underbidding. 1. to bid less than (another bid) or less than the bid of (another bidder), esp. in seeking a contract to be ...
underbidder
underbidder [un′dər bid΄ər] n. 1. one that underbids 2. the bidder that has made the second-highest bid in an auction * * * See under-bid. * * *
underbillow
v.i. * * *
underbishop
n. * * *
underbite
/un"deuhr buyt'/, n. Dentistry. occlusion in which the lower incisor teeth overlap the upper. [1975-80; UNDER- + BITE] * * *
underbodice
/un"deuhr bod'is/, n. a bodice worn under an outer bodice. [1890-95; UNDER- + BODICE] * * *
underbody
/un"deuhr bod'ee/, n., pl. underbodies. 1. the bottom or underneath part, as of a mechanism or animal: the underbody of a tank. 2. Naut. the portion of a hull that is normally ...
underboil
v. * * *
underboom
v. * * *
underboss
/un"deuhr baws', -bos'/, n. a lesser or minor boss, often the second in command, as in an underworld hierarchy. [1970-75; UNDER- + BOSS1] * * *
underbottom
n. * * *
underbough
n. * * *
underbox
n. * * *
underbrace
n. v.t., underbraced, underbracing. * * *
underbranch
n. * * *
underbred
—underbreeding /un'deuhr bree"ding/, n. /un'deuhr bred"/, adj. 1. having inferior breeding or manners; vulgar. 2. not of pure breed, as a horse. [1640-50; UNDER- + BRED] * * *
underbrew
v.t. * * *
underbridge
v.t., underbridged, underbridging. n. * * *
underbrush
/un"deuhr brush'/, n. shrubs, saplings, low vines, etc., growing under the large trees in a wood or forest. Also, underbush /un"deuhr boosh'/. [1765-75, Amer.; UNDER- + BRUSH2] * ...
underbud
n. v., underbudded, underbudding. * * *
underbudgeted
/un'deuhr buj"i tid/, adj. furnished with an insufficient budget; not having sufficient funds made available. [1960-65; UNDER- + BUDGET + -ED2] * * *
underbuild
v., underbuilt, underbuilding. * * *
underbuilder
n. * * *
underbursar
n. * * *
underbutler
n. * * *
underbuy
/un'deuhr buy"/, v., underbought, underbuying. v.t. 1. to buy more cheaply than (another). 2. to buy at less than the actual value. v.i. 3. to buy an insufficient quantity, as of ...
undercanvass
v. * * *
undercap
n. * * *
undercapitalization
See undercapitalize. * * *
undercapitalize
—undercapitalization, n. /un'deuhr kap"i tl uyz'/, v.t., undercapitalized, undercapitalizing. to provide an insufficient amount of capital for (a business enterprise). Also, ...
undercaptain
n. * * *
undercard
/un"deuhr kahrd'/, n. an event or group of events preceding and supporting a featured event: the undercard of tonight's boxing match. [1945-50] * * *
undercarriage
/un"deuhr kar'ij/, n. 1. the supporting framework underneath a vehicle, as an automobile or trailer; the structure to which the wheels, tracks, or the like are attached or ...
undercarry
v.t., undercarried,undercarrying. * * *
undercarve
v.t., undercarved, undercarving. * * *
undercase
n. * * *
undercasing
n. * * *
undercast
/un"deuhr kast', -kahst'/, n. 1. Mining. a crossing of two passages, as airways, dug at the same level so that one descends to pass beneath the other without any opening into it. ...
undercause
n. * * *
underceiling
n. * * *
undercellar
/un"deuhr sel'euhr/, n. a cellar beneath another cellar; subbasement. [1870-75; UNDER- + CELLAR] * * *
underchamber
n. * * *
underchanter
n. * * *
underchap
n. * * *
undercharge
v. /un'deuhr chahrj"/; n. /un"deuhr chahrj'/, v., undercharged, undercharging, n. v.t. 1. to charge (a purchaser) less than the proper or fair price. 2. to charge (a stated ...
underchief
n. * * *
underchin
n. * * *
underchord
n. * * *
undercircle
v.t., undercircled, undercircling. n. * * *
undercitizen
n. * * *
undercitizenry
n., pl. undercitizenries. * * *
underclad
adj. * * *
underclass
/un"deuhr klas', -klahs'/, n. a social stratum consisting of impoverished persons with very low social status. [1915-20; UNDER- + CLASS] Usage. See collective noun. * * *
underclassman
/un'deuhr klas"meuhn, -klahs"-/, n., pl. underclassmen. a freshman or sophomore in a secondary school or college. [1870-75, Amer.; UNDER- + CLASS + -MAN] * * *
underclay
underclay [un′dər klā΄] n. a bed of clay lying immediately beneath a coal seam, often used as a fireclay * * *
underclerk
n. * * *
undercloak
n. * * *
undercloth
n. * * *
underclothed
adj. * * *
underclothes
/un"deuhr klohz', -klohdhz'/, n. (used with a pl. v.) 1. clothes worn under outer clothes. 2. underwear. Also called underclothing /un"deuhr kloh'dhing/. [1825-35; UNDER- + ...
underclothing
underclothing [un′dərklō΄thiŋ] n. UNDERWEAR * * * un·der·cloth·ing (ŭnʹdər-klō'thĭng) n. See underwear. * * *
underclutch
v.t. n. * * *
undercoachman
n., pl. undercoachmen. * * *
undercoat
/un"deuhr koht'/, n. 1. a coat or jacket worn under another. 2. Zool. a growth of short fur or hair lying beneath a longer growth. 3. an undercoating. 4. a coat of paint or the ...
undercoating
/un"deuhr koh'ting/, n. a protective seal applied to the underside of an automobile to reduce corrosion and vibration. [1920-25; UNDERCOAT + -ING1] * * *
undercolor
n. * * *
undercolored
adj. * * *
undercomment
n. v. * * *
undercompensate
—undercompensation, n. /un'deuhr kom"peuhn sayt'/, v.t., undercompensated, undercompensating. to compensate or pay less than is fair, customary, or expected. [UNDER- + ...
underconcerned
adj. * * *
underconsume
v.t., underconsumed, underconsuming. * * *
undercook
n., v.t. * * *
undercool
/un'deuhr koohl"/, v.t. 1. Chem. a. to cool less than necessary for a given process or purpose. b. to supercool. 2. Metall. to cool (molten metal) without forming crystals to a ...
undercooper
n. * * *
undercorrect
v.t. * * *
undercount
v. /un'deuhr kownt"/; n. /un"deuhr kownt'/, v.t. 1. to count less than the full number or amount of: The mayor claimed the census had undercounted the city's population. n. 2. a ...
undercourse
v., undercoursed, undercoursing, n. * * *
undercover
/un'deuhr kuv"euhr, un"deuhr kuv'-/, adj. 1. working or done out of public sight; secret: an undercover investigation. 2. engaged in spying or securing confidential information: ...
undercrawl
v.i. * * *
undercrest
n. * * *
undercrier
n. * * *
undercroft
/un"deuhr krawft', -kroft'/, n. a vault or chamber under the ground, esp. in a church. [1350-1400; ME; see UNDER, CROFT] * * *
undercrust
n. * * *
undercrypt
n. * * *
undercup
n. * * *
undercurl
n. v. * * *
undercurrent
/un"deuhr kerr'euhnt, -kur'-/, n. 1. a tendency underlying or at variance with the obvious or superficial significance of words, actions, etc.: Even in his friendliest remarks, ...
undercurve
n. v.i., undercurved, undercurving. * * *
undercut
v. /un'deuhr kut", un"deuhr kut'/; n., adj., /un"deuhr kut'/, v., undercut, undercutting, n., adj. v.t. 1. to cut under or beneath. 2. to cut away material from so as to leave a ...
undercutter
/un"deuhr kut'euhr/, n. Railroads. a track-maintenance machine that cleans the ballast section to any predetermined depth. [1890-95; UNDERCUT + -ER1] * * *
underdeacon
n. * * *
underdealing
n. * * *
underdegreed
adj. * * *
underdepreciate
v.t., underdepreciated, underdepreciating. * * *
underdesign
v.t. * * *
underdevelop
—underdevelopment, n. /un'deuhr di vel"euhp/, v.t. to develop (something) short of the required amount: to underdevelop film. [UNDER- + DEVELOP] * * *
underdeveloped
/un'deuhr di vel"euhpt/, adj. 1. improperly or insufficiently developed. 2. Photog. (of a negative) less developed than is normal, so as to produce a relatively dark positive ...
underdevelopment
See underdeveloped. * * *
underdevil
n. * * *
underdiagnose
v.t., underdiagnosed, underdiagnosing. * * *
underdig
v., underdug, underdigging. * * *
underdish
n. * * *
underdive
n. v.i., underdived or underdove, underdived, underdiving. * * *
underdo
/un'deuhr dooh"/, v.i., v.t., underdid, underdone, underdoing. to do less or in a lesser fashion than is usual or requisite. [1605-15; UNDER- + DO1] * * *
underdoctor
n. * * *
underdog
/un"deuhr dawg', -dog'/, n. 1. a person who is expected to lose in a contest or conflict. 2. a victim of social or political injustice: The underdogs were beginning to organize ...
underdone
/un"deuhr dun"/, adj. 1. (of food) not thoroughly cooked; not cooked enough. 2. Chiefly Brit. (of meat) rare. [1675-85; UNDER- + DONE] * * *
underdose
n. v.t., underdosed, underdosing. * * *
underdot
n. v.t., underdotted, underdotting. * * *
underdown
n. * * *
underdraft
/un"deuhr draft', -drahft'/, n. Metalworking. a tendency of a rolled piece to curve downward after passing through a stand, occurring when the upper roll is faster than the ...
underdrain
n. /un"deuhr drayn'/; v. /un'deuhr drayn"/, n. 1. a drain placed beneath the surface of cultivated fields, streets, etc. v.t. 2. to equip or supply with an underdrain or ...
underdrainage
/un"deuhr dray'nij/, n. drainage of agricultural lands and removal of excess water and of alkali by drains buried beneath the surface. [1800-10; UNDER- + DRAINAGE] * * *
underdraught
n. * * *
underdraw
/un'deuhr draw"/, v.t., underdrew, underdrawn, underdrawing. to line the underside of (a structure, as a floor) with plasterwork, boarding, or the like. [1790-1800; UNDER- + ...
underdrawers
/un"deuhr drawrz'/, n. (used with a pl. v.) an undergarment for the lower part of the body, typically covering at least part of the legs. Cf. drawer (def. 2). [1825-35; UNDER- + ...
underdress
v. /un'deuhr dres"/; n. /un"deuhr dres'/, v., underdressed or underdrest, underdressing, n. v.i. 1. to clothe oneself less completely or formally than is usual or fitting for the ...
underdrive
un·der·drive (ŭnʹdər-drīv') n. A gearing device that causes the output drive shaft to rotate at a slower rate than the engine input shaft. * * *
underdry
v.t., underdried, underdrying. * * *
undereat
v.i., undereate, undereaten, undereating. * * *
underedge
n. * * *
undereducate
—undereducation, n. /un'deuhr ej"oo kayt'/, v.t., undereducated, undereducating. to educate too little or poorly. [UNDER- + EDUCATE] * * *
undereducated
adj. * * *
underemphasis
/un'deuhr em"feuh sis/, n. inadequate emphasis. [1960-65; UNDER- + EMPHASIS] * * *
underemphasize
/un'deuhr em"feuh suyz'/, v.t., underemphasized, underemphasizing. to give less than sufficient emphasis to; minimize. Also, esp. Brit., underemphasise. [1965-70; UNDER- + ...
underemployed
—underemployment, n. /un'deuhr em ployd"/, adj. 1. employed at a job that does not fully use one's skills or abilities. 2. employed only part-time when one is available for ...
underemployment
See underemployed. * * *
underendowed
/un'deuhr en dowd"/, adj. 1. (of a school, hospital, or other institution) lacking sufficient income from an endowment. 2. lacking certain desirable traits, faculties, or the ...
underenrolled
adj. * * *
underestimate
—underestimation, n. v. /un'deuhr es"teuh mayt'/; n. /un'deuhr es"teuh mit, -mayt'/, v., underestimated, underestimating, n. v.t. 1. to estimate at too low a value, rate, or ...
underestimation
See underestimate. * * *
underexercise
v.i., underexercised, underexercising. * * *
underexpose
/un'deuhr ik spohz"/, v.t., underexposed, underexposing. to expose either to insufficient light or to sufficient light for too short a period, as in photography. [1885-90; UNDER- ...
underexposure
/un'deuhr ik spoh"zheuhr/, n. 1. inadequate exposure, as of photographic film. 2. a photographic negative or print that is imperfect because of insufficient exposure. [1870-75; ...
undereye
n., v.t., undereyed, undereying or undereyeing. * * *
underface
n. v.t., underfaced,underfacing. * * *
underfaction
n. * * *
underfactor
n. * * *
underfaculty
n., pl. underfaculties. * * *
underfarmer
n. * * *
underfeature
n. * * *
underfeed
/un'deuhr feed"/ for 1; /un"der feed'/ for 2, v.t., underfed, underfeeding. 1. to feed insufficiently. 2. to feed with fuel from beneath. [1650-60; UNDER- + FEED] * * *
underfeeling
n. * * *
underfiend
n. * * *
underfinance
v.t., underfinanced, underfinancing. * * *
underfired
/un'deuhr fieuhrd"/, adj. supplied with fuel or heat from beneath. [1885-90; UNDER- + FIRE + -ED2] * * *
underfitting
n. * * *
underflame
n. * * *
underflood
v. * * *
underfloor
n. * * *
underflow
n. * * *
underfolded
adj. * * *
underfoot
/un'deuhr foot"/, adv. 1. under the foot or feet; on the ground; underneath or below: The climb was difficult because there were so many rocks underfoot. 2. so as to form an ...
underfootage
n. * * *
underfootman
n., pl. underfootmen. * * *
underform
n. * * *
underfortify
v.t., underfortified, underfortifying. * * *
underframe
/un"deuhr fraym'/, n. the lower frame on which a vehicular structure rests: the underframe of a bus. [1850-55; UNDER- + FRAME] * * *
underfrequency
n., pl. underfrequencies. * * *
underfringe
n. * * *
underfrock
n. * * *
underfund
v.t. * * *
underfunded
adj. * * *
underfunding
n. * * *


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