undercelebrated love

undercelebrated

Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Not having received enough fame as one deserves.

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

under- +‎ celebrated

Examples

  • American democracy has thousands and thousands of politicians, all of whom, collectively, are overvillified and undercelebrated.

    What the shooting shouldn't change

  • Lauren Collins has penned a glowing piece about the otherwise undercelebrated toque in The New Yorker's "Food" issue, complete with plaudits from Tom Colicchio: "It's refreshing to me to see someone succeed who doesn't think the only way to get ahead is by backstabbing and hiring a publicist and going out there and getting drunk every night and getting on Page Six."

    12 Takeaways From The New Yorker's April Bloomfield Profile

  • Lauren Collins has penned a glowing piece about the otherwise undercelebrated toque in The New Yorker's "Food" issue, complete with plaudits from Tom Colicchio: "It's refreshing to me to see someone succeed who doesn't think the only way to get ahead is by backstabbing and hiring a publicist and going out there and getting drunk every night and getting on Page Six."

    12 Takeaways From The New Yorker's April Bloomfield Profile

  • Lauren Collins has penned a glowing piece about the otherwise undercelebrated toque in The New Yorker's "Food" issue, complete with plaudits from Tom Colicchio: "It's refreshing to me to see someone succeed who doesn't think the only way to get ahead is by backstabbing and hiring a publicist and going out there and getting drunk every night and getting on Page Six."

    12 Takeaways From The New Yorker's April Bloomfield Profile

  • Lauren Collins has penned a glowing piece about the otherwise undercelebrated toque in The New Yorker's "Food" issue, complete with plaudits from Tom Colicchio: "It's refreshing to me to see someone succeed who doesn't think the only way to get ahead is by backstabbing and hiring a publicist and going out there and getting drunk every night and getting on Page Six."

    12 Takeaways From The New Yorker's April Bloomfield Profile

  • Lauren Collins has penned a glowing piece about the otherwise undercelebrated toque in The New Yorker's "Food" issue, complete with plaudits from Tom Colicchio: "It's refreshing to me to see someone succeed who doesn't think the only way to get ahead is by backstabbing and hiring a publicist and going out there and getting drunk every night and getting on Page Six."

    12 Takeaways From The New Yorker's April Bloomfield Profile

  • One of the undercelebrated joys of literature, after all, is precisely that it allows or demands? such solitude and intimacy: reading has more in common with the cloisters than it does with the congregation.

    One Person, One Book - Paper Cuts Blog - NYTimes.com

  • One of the undercelebrated joys of literature, after all, is precisely that it allows or demands? such solitude and intimacy: reading has more in common with the cloisters than it does with the congregation.

    One Person, One Book - Paper Cuts Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Tribute to one of the most undercelebrated president of our time: Gloria Arroyo What is more agonizing is an untold story.

    WN.com - Articles related to New survey finds grandparents play key role in lives of children with autism

  • Tribute to one of the most undercelebrated president of our time: Gloria Arroyo What is more agonizing is an untold story.

    WN.com - Articles related to New survey finds grandparents play key role in lives of children with autism

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.