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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of underdeliver.


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  • The book underdelivers on its subtitle "On Women, Dancing, Sex and Power": it's really just an autobiographical treatment of Eaves's early adulthood.

    Enough with the stripping already!

  • She is, without a doubt, one of the sexiest babes in the zodiac, but like her mutable sister sign Gemini, overdelivers in allure what she underdelivers in fidelity.


  • For the American people, who have always considered lowering costs to be their highest health care priority, ObamaCare is fast becoming just another Washington program that overspends and underdelivers.

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  • As one of the commenters says: "Anyone who overpromises underdelivers."

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  • We need to pick a problem to solve (OOS), and address it with all elements of the task, not relying on only one piece and throwing our hands up when that one piece underdelivers to one or more stakeholders, when, in fact, the whole process may have been set up to fail.

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  • He overpromises and underdelivers -- he doesn't even tie the designers in with retailers so people can buy their stuff.


  • Fashion Week Cleveland organizer Donald Shingler overpromises and underdelivers, some critics say


  • Reuters overpromises, underdelivers on new "crisis"


  • Auditor General Jim McCarter's report shows Ontario government overpays and underdelivers

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  • Auditor General's report shows Ontario overpays, underdelivers

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