- adj. Not given enough recognition for its quality
“Wayne hadn't made a really good movie since the underrated Donovan's Reef, which I call underrated because no one except me has ever heard of it.”
“Certainly one blogger's "underrated" is another blogger's "celebrated" -- especially when we're writing from different continents.”
“And another book that I love that I think might be underrated is A Prayer for the Dying, by”
“Who is the most underrated from the comic companies?”
“Consider his faith in underrated shortstop Juan Uribe, who was key to the White Sox's LDS sweep of Boston with a homer and four RBI — not bad considering he hit .252 during the season.”
“I basically don't understand what is meant by "underrated"--underrated by whom?”
“Wouldn't even call the underrated but crushing little .350 magnum too big.”
“He's been called underrated so often that it almost seems like his middle name.”
“At the Observer, several authors name underrated novels.”
“The sophomore guard, whom Watson has called underrated and unassuming at points this year, was hard to overlook with those four points and four steals as well as three offensive rebounds and two assists - all coming in the first half, despite only officially playing four minutes.”
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