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


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  • The plane was even underbooked, there were open seats and overhead compartments that had not been used!

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  • Bill let everyone else go in March when the hotel got underbooked.

    Lost Summer

  • It was underbooked so I got my own row and slept the whole way over almost and despite what I said I actually did try some Indian Airline Food, it was ok and I am alive still.

    suit-of-meat Diary Entry

  • It is almost always underbooked, but there are several days a year when EVERY HOTEL IN CHARLOTTESVILLE is booked to capacity. will

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  • If a hotel is underbooked, management will often upgrade you at a discount.

    CNN Transcript Apr 24, 2004

  • He purchased a stand-by ticket on a flight he expected to be underbooked, saving himself another few hundred dollars.

    The Sum of all Fears

  • I've never underbooked myself before, but I will go and speak to reception in a bit and see what's what. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • Meaning the original 767 was way underbooked, else there would have been a huge problem trying to get them all in.

    The Cranky Flier

  • I'm in a rather nice hotel-almost uncomfortably swanky, to be honest, but it was the cheapest one listed on the travel site-that appears to be underbooked, so often there are half-a-dozen staff members waiting to attend to me.


  • The corporations got their way --- they got their free speech, they got the bankruptcy laws changed so they could take your house, they got to sell you printers with three drops of ink in the cartridge, and they got the right to cancel airline flights because they were underbooked.

    The Red Tape Chronicles


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