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underappreciated

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of underappreciate.

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Examples

  • One area that has seen enormous innovation recently, though much of it seems to be underappreciated, is needles.

    Needles - Freakonomics Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Hey Sal: what do you suppose Lynch might be alluding to as underappreciated foundations of the edifice of evolution, other than natural selection?

    Critique of Behe and Snoke (2004) to be Published - The Panda's Thumb

  • At that point of free agency, Angelo can call underappreciated 37-year-old punter Brad Maynard to see if he's ready for one more year of football. geeman215 at 12:20 AM July 10, 2011

    News - chicagotribune.com

  • Besides expanding where farmers can sell, the agreement provides a market for what Carr calls "underappreciated" peaches.

    The Seattle Times

  • The article thoroughly pushes a bias slanted towards the kookier camps in linguistics that believe beyond all sense that mass comparison, a technique with obvious and well-documented methodological problems, is somehow "underappreciated" by those crabby ol' status-quo linguists.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • She obviously has billions of fans, so I wouldn't call her generally "underappreciated," but I do feel like her songwriting gets overlooked.

    I know what all the fighting was for (Music (For Robots))

  • The broker cited the personal-computer company's diversified revenue base and "underappreciated" software offerings.

    Gains by Garmin, H-P Turn Nasdaq Higher

  • However, the analyst noted Amgen's recombinant human EPO franchise has long-term risk that is currently "underappreciated" by Wall Street.

    Amgen Seen Taking EPO Share From J&J

  • Banc of America said the impact of Celgene's Revlimid on sales of the company's Velcade cancer treatment is "underappreciated" by investors.

    Slew Of News Lifts Biotechs

  • La Russa said, "He should set new standards for what managers are being paid," and called Baker "underappreciated" because it was believed he wouldn't be offered a new contract if he failed to take the Giants past the first round of the playoffs.

    USATODAY.com - National League Notes

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