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underresearch
v.t. * * *
underrespected
adj. * * *
underriddle
n. * * *
underrigged
adj. * * *
underring
n. v.t., underrang, underrung, underringing. * * *
underripe
/un'deuhr ruyp"/, adj. not completely ripe, as fruit. [1700-10; UNDER- + RIPE] * * *
underripened
adj. * * *
underroarer
n. * * *
underroast
v.t. * * *
underrobe
n. * * *
underrogue
n. * * *
underroller
n. * * *
underroof
n. * * *
underroom
n. * * *
underrooted
adj. * * *
underrower
n. * * *
underrule
n. v., underruled, underruling. * * *
underruler
n. * * *
underrun
/un'deuhr run"/, v., underran, underrun, underrunning, n. v.t. 1. to run, pass, or go under. 2. Naut. to pass beneath (a stretched rope, net, etc.) in a boat or the like for the ...
undersaturated
—undersaturation, n. /un'deuhr sach"euh ray'tid/, adj. Chem. unsaturated (def. 2). [1820-30; UNDER- + SATURATED] * * *
undersavior
n. * * *
undersaw
n. v.t. * * *
undersawyer
n. * * *
underscale
v.t., underscaled, underscaling. * * *
underscaled
adj. * * *
underscheme
n. * * *
underschool
n. * * *
underscoop
n. v.t. * * *
underscore
v. /un"deuhr skawr', -skohr', un'deuhr skawr", -skohr"/; n. /un"deuhr skawr', -skohr'/, v., underscored, underscoring, n. v.t. 1. to mark with a line or lines underneath; ...
underscribe
n. * * *
underscript
n. * * *
underscrupulous
adj.; underscrupulously, adv. * * *
undersea
/un"deuhr see'/, adj. 1. located, carried on, or used under the surface of the sea: undersea life. adv. 2. underseas. [1605-15; UNDER- + SEA] * * *
undersea cable
▪ communications also called  Marine Cable,         assembly of conductors enclosed by an insulating sheath and laid on the ocean floor for the transmission of ...
undersea exploration
Introduction       the investigation and description of the ocean waters and the seafloor and of the Earth beneath. Primary objectives and ...
underseam
n. * * *
undersearch
n. * * *
underseas
/un'deuhr seez"/, adv. beneath the surface of the sea. [1675-85; UNDERSEA + -S1] * * *
underseated
adj. * * *
undersecretariat
/un'deuhr sek'ri tair"ee it, un"deuhr sek'ri ter'-/, n. a department or section of a ministry of which an under secretary is in charge. [1945-50; UNDER- + SECRETARIAT] * * *
undersecretary
undersecretary [un΄dərsek′rə ter΄ē] n. pl. undersecretaries an assistant secretary: in U.S. government, under secretary * * * un·der·sec·re·tar·y ...
undersect
n. * * *
undersee
v.i., undersaw, underseen, underseeing. * * *
underseeded
adj. * * *
undersell
—underseller, n. /un'deuhr sel"/, v.t., undersold, underselling. 1. to sell more cheaply than. 2. to advertise with restraint; understate the merits of (something): By ...
underseller
See undersell. * * *
underservant
/un"deuhr serr'veuhnt/, n. a servant of inferior or subordinate rank. [1540-50; UNDER- + SERVANT] * * *
underserve
un·der·serve (ŭn'dər-sûrvʹ) tr.v. un·der·served, un·der·serv·ing, un·der·serves To supply with insufficient services, especially social and health services. * * *
underserved
adj. * * *
underservice
n. * * *
underset
/un"deuhr set'/, n. a current of water below the surface and flowing in a direction contrary to the water on the surface. [1500-10; UNDER- + SET] Syn. See undertow. * * *
undersexed
/un'deuhr sekst"/, adj. having a weaker sexual drive than is considered usual or normal. [1930-35; UNDER- + SEXED] * * *
undersexton
n. * * *
undersheriff
/un"deuhr sher'if/, n. a sheriff's deputy, esp. one on whom the sheriff's duties devolve when the office is vacant. [1400-50; late ME; see UNDER-, SHERIFF] * * *
undershield
n. * * *
undershine
n. v., undershone or undershined, undershining. * * *
undershire
n. * * *
undershirt
/un"deuhr sherrt'/, n. a collarless, usually pullover undergarment for the torso, usually of cotton and either sleeveless and low-cut or with sleeves, worn chiefly by men and ...
undershoe
n. * * *
undershoot
/un'deuhr shooht", un"deuhr shooht'/, v., undershot, undershooting. v.t. 1. to shoot or launch a projectile that strikes under or short of (a target). 2. Aeron. (of an aircraft ...
undershore
n. v.t., undershored, undershoring. * * *
undershorten
v.t. * * *
undershorts
/un"deuhr shawrts'/, n. (used with a pl. v.) short underpants for men and boys. [1945-50; UNDER- + SHORTS] * * *
undershot
/un"deuhr shot'/; for 3 also /un'deuhr shot"/, adj. 1. having the front teeth of the lower jaw projecting in front of the upper teeth, as a bulldog. 2. driven by water passing ...
undershrub
/un"deuhr shrub'/, n. a low shrub. [1590-1600; UNDER- + SHRUB1] * * *
underside
/un"deuhr suyd'/, n. an under or lower side. [1670-80; UNDER- + SIDE1] * * *
undersight
n. * * *
undersighted
adj. * * *
undersign
/un'deuhr suyn", un"deuhr suyn'/, v.t. to sign one's name under or at the end of (a letter or document); affix one's signature to. [1570-80; UNDER- + SIGN] * * *
undersignalman
n., pl. undersignalmen. * * *
undersigned
adj. /un'deuhr suynd", un"deuhr suynd'/; n. /un"deuhr suynd'/, adj. 1. being the one or ones whose signature appears at the end of a letter or document: All of the undersigned ...
undersill
n. * * *
undersize
/un"deuhr suyz"/, adj. 1. undersized. 2. (of screened minerals) passing through a sieve of given mesh. [1785-95; UNDER- + SIZE1] * * *
undersized
/un"deuhr suyzd"/, adj. smaller than the usual or normal size. [1650-60; UNDER- + SIZE1 + -ED3] * * *
underskilled
adj. * * *
underskin
n. * * *
underskirt
/un"deuhr skerrt'/, n. a skirt, as a petticoat, worn under another skirt or a dress. [1860-65; UNDER- + SKIRT] * * *
undersleep
v.i., underslept, undersleeping. * * *
undersleeve
/un"deuhr sleev'/, n. a separate sleeve worn under the sleeve of a dress and visible through it or extending beyond it. [1540-50; UNDER- + SLEEVE] * * *
underslept
adj. * * *
underslip
n. * * *
undersluice
n. * * *
underslung
/un"deuhr slung"/, adj. 1. suspended from an upper support, as the chassis of a vehicle from the axles. 2. supported from above; placed or suspended below the source of support: ...
undersociety
n., pl. undersocieties. * * *
undersoil
/un"deuhr soyl'/, n. subsoil. [1700-10; UNDER- + SOIL1] * * *
undersold
un·der·sold (ŭn'dər-sōldʹ) v. Past tense and past participle of undersell. * * *
undersole
n. * * *
undersong
undersong [un′dərsôŋ΄] n. Archaic a song or refrain sung as accompaniment to another song * * *
undersort
v.t. * * *
undersoul
n. * * *
undersound
n. * * *
undersow
n. * * *
underspan
n. * * *
underspar
n. * * *
undersparred
/un"deuhr spahrd'/, adj. Naut. having spars too small to carry the necessary sail. [1835-45; UNDER- + SPAR1 + -ED3] * * *
underspecies
n., pl. underspecies. * * *
underspecified
adj. * * *
underspecify
v.t., underspecified, underspecifying. * * *
underspend
v., underspent, underspending. * * *
underspin
/un"deuhr spin'/, n. backspin. [1900-05; UNDER- + SPIN] * * *
underspinner
n. * * *
undersplice
v.t., underspliced, undersplicing. * * *
underspread
v.t., underspread, underspreading. * * *
underspring
n. v.i., undersprang or undersprung, undersprung, underspringing. * * *
undersprout
n. v.i. * * *
understaff
n. * * *
understaffed
/un'deuhr staft", -stahft"/, adj. having an insufficient number of personnel: The hospital is understaffed. [1890-95; UNDER- + STAFF1 + -ED3] * * *
understage
n. * * *
understain
n. v.t. * * *
understamp
n. v.t. * * *
understand
/un'deuhr stand"/, v., understood, understanding. v.t. 1. to perceive the meaning of; grasp the idea of; comprehend: to understand Spanish; I didn't understand your question. 2. ...
understandability
See understandable. * * *
understandable
—understandability, n. —understandably, adv. /un'deuhr stan"deuh beuhl/, adj. capable of being understood; comprehensible. [1350-1400; ME: orig., capable of understanding; ...
understandably
See understandability. * * *
understanding
—understandingly, adv. /un'deuhr stan"ding/, n. 1. mental process of a person who comprehends; comprehension; personal interpretation: My understanding of the word does not ...
understandingly
See understanding. * * *
understate
—understatement /un'deuhr stayt"meuhnt, un"deuhr stayt'-/, n. /un'deuhr stayt"/, v.t., understated, understating. to state or represent less strongly or strikingly than the ...
understated
—understatedness, n. /un'deuhr stay"tid/, adj. restrained in design, presentation, etc.; low-key: the understated elegance of the house. [1935-40; UNDERSTATE + -ED2] * * *
understatedly
See understated. * * *
understatement
un·der·state·ment (ŭn'dər-stātʹmənt, ŭnʹdər-stāt'-) n. 1. A disclosure or statement that is less than complete. 2. Restraint or lack of emphasis in expression, as ...
understay
n. v.i. * * *
understeer
n. /un"deuhr stear'/; v. /un'deuhr stear"/, n. 1. a handling characteristic of an automotive vehicle that causes it to turn less sharply than the driver intends because the front ...
understem
n. * * *
understep
n. * * *
understeward
n. * * *
understimulus
n., pl. understimuli. * * *
understock
v. /un'deuhr stok"/; n. /un"deuhr stok'/, v.t. 1. to provide an insufficient quantity, as of merchandise, supplies, or livestock. n. 2. Hort. (in grafting) the rooted plant that ...
understood
/un'deuhr stood"/, v. 1. pt. and pp. of understand. adj. 2. agreed upon; known in advance; assented to: It is the understood policy of this establishment to limit credit. 3. ...
understory
/un"deuhr stawr'ee, -stohr'ee/, n. the shrubs and plants growing beneath the main canopy of a forest. [1900-05; UNDER- + STORY2] * * *
understrain
n. * * *
understrap
n. v.t., understrapped, understrapping. * * *
understrapper
/un"deuhr strap'euhr/, n. an underling. [1695-1705; UNDER- + STRAPPER] * * *
understratum
/un"deuhr stray'teuhm, -strat'euhm/, n., pl. understrata /-stray'teuh, -strat'euh/, understratums. a substratum. [1725-35; UNDER- + STRATUM] * * *
understream
n. * * *
understrength
/un'deuhr strengkth", -strength", -strenth"/, adj. 1. having insufficient organizational strength; lacking in personnel: an understrength army. 2. insufficient in power or ...
understress
n. v.t. * * *
understrew
v.t., understrewed, understrewn or understrewed, understrewing. * * *
understrife
n. * * *
understrike
v.t., understruck, understruck or understricken, understriking. * * *
understructure
/un"deuhr struk'cheuhr/, n. 1. a structure serving as a support; a base or foundation: The building has a strong understructure. 2. any thing, condition, etc., establishing ...
understudy
/un"deuhr stud'ee/, v., understudied, understudying, n., pl. understudies. v.t. 1. to learn (a role) in order to replace the regular actor or actress when necessary. 2. to act as ...
understuff
v.t. * * *
undersubscribe
undersubscribe [spelling only] * * *
undersubscribed
un·der·sub·scribed (ŭn'dər-səb-skrībdʹ) adj. Having fewer participants or subscribers than desirable. * * *
undersuit
n. v.t. * * *
undersupply
n., pl. undersupplies. v.t., undersupplied, undersupplying. * * *
undersupport
n. * * *
undersurface
/un"deuhr serr'fis/, n. 1. underside; bottom surface. adj. 2. submerged; under the surface, as of water, earth, etc.: the undersurface speed of a submarine. [1725-35; UNDER- + ...
underswain
n. * * *
underswamp
n. * * *
undersward
n. * * *
underswearer
n. * * *
undersweep
v.t., underswept, undersweeping. * * *
underswell
v.i., underswelled, underswelled or underswollen,underswelling. n. * * *
undertake
/un'deuhr tayk"/, v., undertook, undertaken, undertaking. v.t. 1. to take upon oneself, as a task, performance, etc.; attempt: She undertook the job of answering all the mail. 2. ...
undertaker
/un"deuhr tay'keuhr/ for 1; /un'deuhr tay"keuhr/ for 2, n. 1. See funeral director. 2. a person who undertakes something. [1350-1400; ME; see UNDERTAKE, -ER1] * * *
undertaking
/un'deuhr tay"king, un"deuhr tay'-/ for 1-3; /un"deuhr tay'king/ for 4, n. 1. the act of a person who undertakes any task or responsibility. 2. a task, enterprise, etc., ...
undertalk
n. * * *
undertapster
n. * * *
undertaxed
adj. * * *
underteach
v., undertaught, underteaching. * * *
underteacher
n. * * *
underteamed
adj. * * *
underteller
n. * * *
undertenant
—undertenancy, n. /un"deuhr ten'euhnt/, n. a subtenant. [1540-50; UNDER- + TENANT] * * *
undertenure
n. * * *
undertest
v.t. * * *
underthane
n. * * *
underthaw
v. * * *
underthief
n., pl. underthieves. * * *
underthings
/un"deuhr thingz'/, n.pl. women's underclothes. [1840-50; UNDER- + THINGS] * * *
underthought
n. * * *
underthroating
/un"deuhr throh'ting/, n. (on a cornice) a cove extended outward and downward to form a drip. [UNDER- + THROAT + -ING1] * * *
underthrow
underthrow [un΄dər thrō′; ] for n. [ un′dər thrō΄] vt. underthrew, underthrown, underthrowing to throw a ball or other object short of (the intended receiver or ...
underthrust
/un"deuhr thrust'/, n. Geol. a thrust fault in which the footwall moved and the hanging wall did not (opposed to overthrust). [1890-95; UNDER- + THRUST] * * *
undertide
n. * * *
undertie
n. v.t., undertied, undertying. * * *
undertint
/un"deuhr tint'/, n. a subdued tint. [1880-85; UNDER- + TINT] * * *
undertitle
n. * * *
undertone
/un"deuhr tohn'/, n. 1. a low or subdued tone: to speak in undertones. 2. an unobtrusive or background sound: an undertone of static from the receiver. 3. an underlying quality ...
undertook
/un'deuhr took"/, v. pt. of undertake. * * *
undertow
/un"deuhr toh'/, n. 1. the seaward, subsurface flow or draft of water from waves breaking on a beach. 2. any strong current below the surface of a body of water, moving in a ...
undertrade
v., undertraded, undertrading. * * *
undertrader
n. * * *
undertrain
v.t. * * *
undertrained
adj. * * *
undertribe
n. * * *
undertrick
/un"deuhr trik'/, n. Bridge. a trick that a declarer failed to win in relation to the number of tricks necessary to make the contract. Cf. overtrick. [1900-05; UNDER- + TRICK] * ...
undertruck
n. * * *
undertrump
/un'deuhr trump", un"deuhr trump'/, v.t., v.i. Cards. to trump with a lower trump than has already been played. [1860-65; UNDER- + TRUMP1] * * *
undertruss
v.t. * * *
undertub
n. * * *
undertune
n. v.t., undertuned, undertuning. * * *
undertunic
n. * * *
undertutor
n. * * *
undertwig
n. * * *
undertyrant
n. * * *
underuse
v.t., underused, underusing, n. * * *
underused
/un'deuhr yoohzd"/, adj. not completely or sufficiently used: underused talents. [1905-10; UNDER- + USE + -ED2] * * *
underusher
n. * * *
underutilize
—underutilization, n. /un'deuhr yooht"l uyz'/, v.t., underutilized, underutilizing. to fail to utilize fully: to underutilize natural resources. Also, esp. Brit., ...
underutilized
adj. * * *
undervaluation
See undervalue. * * *
undervalue
—undervaluation, n. /un'deuhr val"yooh/, v.t., undervalued, undervaluing. 1. to value below the real worth; put too low a value on. 2. to diminish in value; make of less ...
undervalve
n. * * *
undervassal
n. * * *
undervaulted
adj. * * *
underventilate
v.t., underventilated, underventilating. * * *
underventilated
adj. * * *
underverse
n. * * *
undervest
/un"deuhr vest'/, n. Brit. an undershirt. [1805-15; UNDER- + VEST] * * *
undervicar
n. * * *
underviewer
n. * * *
undervillain
n. * * *
undervitalized
adj. * * *
undervoice
n. * * *
underwage
n. * * *
underwaist
/un"deuhr wayst'/, n. 1. a blouse worn under another. 2. such a blouse to which other undergarments are pinned or buttoned, worn by infants and small children. [1855-60, Amer.; ...
underwarden
n. * * *
underwash
v. * * *
underwatcher
n. * * *
underwater
/un"deuhr waw"teuhr, -wot"euhr/, adj. 1. existing or occurring under water. 2. designed to be used under water. 3. located below a ship's waterline. adv. 4. beneath the water: to ...
underwater archaeology.
See marine archaeology. * * *
underwater diving
also called  underwater swimming,    swimming done underwater either with a minimum of equipment, as in skin diving (free diving) or with a scuba (scuba diving) (abbreviation ...
underwave
n. * * *
underwaving
n. * * *
underway
/un"deuhr way'/ for 1; /un"deuhr way"/ for 2, adj. 1. occurring while under way: the underway activities on a cruise ship. 2. See under way (def. 1). [1735-45; adj. use of the ...
underwear
/un"deuhr wair'/, n. clothing worn next to the skin under outer clothes. Also called underclothes, underclothing. [1870-75; UNDER- + WEAR] * * *
underweft
n. * * *
underweight
adj. /un"deuhr wayt"/; n. /un"deuhr wayt'/, adj. 1. weighing less than is usual, required, or proper. n. 2. deficiency in weight below a standard or requirement. [1590-1600; ...
underwent
/un'deuhr went"/, v. pt. of undergo. * * *
underwheel
n. * * *
underwhelm
/un'deuhr hwelm", -welm"/, v.t. Informal. to fail to interest or astonish: After all the ballyhoo, most critics were underwhelmed by the movie. [1945-50; UNDER- + (OVER)WHELM] * ...
underwind
n. v.t., underwound, underwinding. * * *
underwing
/un"deuhr wing'/, n. 1. one of the hind wings of an insect. 2. any of several noctuid moths of the genus Catocala, characterized by red-, yellow-, or orange-banded hind ...
underwire
/un"deuhr wuyeur'/, n. 1. a wire sewn into the underside of each cup of a brassiere, used for support and shape. 2. a brassiere with such wires. [UNDER- + WIRE] * * *
underwitch
n. * * *
underwithhold
/un'deuhr with hohld", -widh-/, v., underwithheld, underwithholding. v.t. 1. to withhold too little. 2. to deduct (withholding tax) less than the necessary amount. v.i. 3. to ...
underwood
—underwooded, adj. /un"deuhr wood'/, n. 1. woody shrubs or small trees growing among taller trees. 2. a clump or stretch of such growth. [1275-1325; ME underwode. See UNDER-, ...
Underwood, Carrie
▪ 2008 Carrie Marie Underwood  born March 10, 1983, Muskogee, Okla.  American country music artist Carrie Underwood continued to assert her dominance over industry sales ...
Underwood, Francis Henry
▪ American writer born Jan. 12, 1825, Enfield, Mass., U.S. died Aug. 7, 1894, Edinburgh       American author and lawyer who became a founder of The Atlantic (Atlantic ...
Underwood, OscarW
▪ American politician in full  Oscar Wilder Underwood  born May 6, 1862, Louisville, Ky., U.S. died Jan. 25, 1929, Fairfax County, Va.  U.S. congressman from Alabama ...
underwool
/un"deuhr wool'/, n. underfur. [1905-10 in sense "underwear"; 1935-40 for current sense; UNDER- + WOOL] * * *
underwork
—underworker, n. /un'deuhr werrk"/, v., underworked, underworking. v.t. 1. to do less work on than is necessary or required: to underwork an idea. 2. to employ inadequately: He ...
underworkman
n., pl. underworkmen. * * *
underworld
/un"deuhr werrld'/, n. 1. the criminal element of human society. 2. the imagined abode of departed souls or spirits; Hades. 3. a region below the surface, as of the earth or a ...
underwrap
n. v.t., underwrapped, underwrapping. * * *
underwrite
/un'deuhr ruyt", un"deuhr ruyt'/, v., underwrote, underwritten, underwriting. v.t. 1. to write under or at the foot of, esp. under other written matter. 2. to sign one's name, as ...
underwriter
/un"deuhr ruy'teuhr/, n. 1. a person or company that underwrites policies of insurance or carries on insurance as a business. 2. a person or company that underwrites shares or ...


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