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  • v. Present participle of underachieve.


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  • The so called "underachieving" class has been given extra help and their scores individually have been improving, but there is no way they will reach the levels of the previous class.

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  • I'm a former teacher and I taught in whats termed underachieving schools.

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  • So when we say he is underachieving, that is relative to some extremely high expectations.

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  • The "underachieving" Lakers have the third-best record in the league thanks in no small part to the 18.6 points, 10.5 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 1.9 blocks of Gasol, whose championship contributions have elevated him to the top of the NBA's power forward list.


  • Ross said that rather than improving instruction at the high school, CPS officials allowed the school to absorb large numbers of "underachieving" students.

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  • Perhaps most importantly, many "underachieving" children otherwise destined for failure can be empowered to succeed.

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  • The watchdog said tens of thousands of children were simply "underachieving" because teaching standards were not good enough and expectations of pupils were too low.

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  • New Orleans Hornets on the back for finally managing to unload Armstrong, whose first name became 'underachieving' while with New Orleans.

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  • McDonald says RJ is "underachieving", but is he really?

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  • Jim Leyland would never have the problem of a team "underachieving" and if you ask, that is why Detroit is in

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