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  • n. Plural form of underachiever.

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Examples

  • Boring is without a doubt the word underachievers use most frequently to describe their school experiences and to explain their lack of academic success.

    The Unmotivated Child

  • Others can charitably be characterized as underachievers in all walks of life.

    Hot Crescent Rolls… A Bubble? | Universe Today

  • Now Spain or the Netherlands, both solid and talented teams, even if known as underachievers -- will be the first Europeans to win a World Cup held outside Europe.

    Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

  • * After decades of being known as underachievers to point where they were nicknamed the

    EURweb

  • It wasn't long ago the players were being called underachievers, LaDainian Tomlinson was believed to be washed up, the defense couldn't overcome the loss of All-Pro linebacker Shawne Merriman and Turner wasn't suited to coach a Pop Warner squad, let alone the so-called most talented team in the NFL.

    BoltTalk - San Diego Chargers Blog

  • Even a gifted program may provide only the intellectual equivalent of 20 mph rabbits while sometimes labeling children suspected of extreme intelligence "underachievers" for NOT putting on top speed to catch those rabbits!

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • An agency analysis concluded that his program did help "underachievers" raise their SAT scores, by an average of 50 points.

    Kaplan's Tutoring Business Made the Grade

  • Lots of students who you'd label "underachievers", etc.

    The Grassroots Project in Vermont

  • European champions and finally having made it to the WC final will also have the added confidence of knowing they can at long last deliver on their potential and get the monkey of the "underachievers" tag off their back. wrote:

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • As the world braces to watch Holland and Spain battle it out to shed their 'underachievers' tag in World Cup 2010 Final, the total solar eclipse also promises to treat the world with a fantabulous view.

    The Money Times

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