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  • v. Present participle of underappreciate.


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  • Too many are too pessimistic and are greatly underappreciating potential investment returns.

    A Mid-Year Bull vs. Bear Investing Smackdown

  • The characters are deeply meh, with simply blahhh storylines - it's only good for reminding me how very, very good the X-Files really were (I apologise for underappreciating you every now and then Chris Carter).

    Fringe Gets Full Season; Spielberg/Cody’s Tara Debuts January 18th | /Film

  • After weeks of fretting over what to make — if I should even enter my sorry, cheese-underappreciating self in the event at all — and it was all over within a whirlwind few hours at the Bell House on Sunday.

    The Brooklyn Cheese Experiment: A Recap, and Ricotta

  • In terms of economic power, Americans tend to exaggerate China's role as a seller and exporter while underappreciating its activities as a buyer, importer, and investor.

    Foreign Affairs: The Faces of Chinese Power

  • But as is so often the case in these situations (and I mean embarrassingly often) he is essentially abusing and underappreciating the value of what you are giving him.

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  • There are very few people on this planet that can honestly say that they have not been affected in some way by the economic firestorm caused by underappreciating risk.


  • I’m sure I’m underappreciating the contribution of people of faith in the fight against slavery.

    Matthew Yglesias » Saudi Arabia

  • "We also believe investors are underappreciating the global opportunity of the iPad as the

    Top Tech News


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