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- v. colloquial To underestimate severely.
- Blend of misunderstand and underestimate. (Wiktionary)
“- Maybe, as Bush said in his final press conference, we "misunderestimate" - them.”
“At least he didn't ask the kids not to "misunderestimate" their potential!”
“To be sure, one must never "misunderestimate" Americans 'eagerness to put ignoramuses in office, though with the Tea Party biting at its heels, the Republicans' offerings this time around may have gone a step or three too far.”
“But to pretend that Palin isn't part of the ruling elite (and thus ostensibly "part of the problem") as opposed to her self-construction as an anti-elite crusader, is to dangerously "misunderestimate" (to quote the quintessential example) the lockstep power of the media in constructing our shared reality.”
“So she tried again: "'Refudiate,' 'misunderestimate' ...," she good-naturedly tweeted.”
“She also encited George W. Bush's "misunderestimate" as a speculant examplar of the reclectorance of the English Language.”
“Problem is, the Democrats have borrowed one too many pages from the Bush Crime Family's playbook and now totally "misunderestimate" their constituents.”
“The model for refudiate will likely not be outlandish malapropisms such "misunderestimate," which enter and are laughed out of the public forum in a matter of days.”
“You really insult me and my family when you "misunderestimate" our white, blue collar intelligence.”
“Perhaps the lesson is never "misunderestimate" the ability of the American people to be fooled.”
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