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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of undercook.

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Examples

  • In the kitchen she spat out orders at the undercooks, then carried the tray of oatmeal and eggs and bacon up the stairs herself.

    Uprising

  • In the kitchen she spat out orders at the undercooks, then carried the tray of oatmeal and eggs and bacon up the stairs herself.

    Uprising

  • In the kitchen she spat out orders at the undercooks, then carried the tray of oatmeal and eggs and bacon up the stairs herself.

    Uprising

  • In the kitchen she spat out orders at the undercooks, then carried the tray of oatmeal and eggs and bacon up the stairs herself.

    Uprising

  • Cooks and undercooks scurried back and forth as Hern hopped from stove to stove around them, a pair of large wooden spoons gripped menacingly in either hand.

    Reiffeins Choice

  • Avender watched from his seat at the window as one of the undercooks rolled a barrel of slops into the yard.

    Reiffeins Choice

  • Two undercooks were kneading bread, and a maid was slicing vegetables.

    House Of The Scorpion

  • Two undercooks were kneading bread, and a maid was slicing vegetables.

    House Of The Scorpion

  • This news ran through the castle by means of servers, cooks, undercooks, scullions, maids, tiring-maids, and maids of honour, more swiftly than it progressed up the table where men had the meats to keep their minds upon.

    The Fifth Queen Crowned

  • Armstrong takes the free but undercooks it and the ball drops to Masterson's hands.

    RTÉ News

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