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

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Examples

  • Precipitation probably mainly rain, but slight chance of some ice before changeover if models are underdoing cold air.

    Breaking down the double ice threat

  • "Whether they were 40 years old or 20, you're paying attention to them and you're hoping they're not overdoing it or underdoing it, or what have you," Boudreau said.

    Capitals Coach Bruce Boudreau: Goaltender durability 'always' a concern

  • "The choice," he said, "is between which mistake is easier to correct: underdoing it or overdoing it."

    Fed's Fireman

  • "The choice is between which mistake is easier to correct: underdoing it or overdoing it," he told the Journal this spring.

    Geithner's Style Puts Him in Sync With Obama

  • From that book I learned that if anything, I was underdoing the sex and drugs.

    Martha Southgate: The Joy of Writing Sex

  • Being in the fertility zone means you aren't overdoing or underdoing exercise.

    Fat, Carbs and the Science of Conception

  • His advice is to "think about one-downing, instead of one-upping, and underdoing-competitors" –beating them with less.

    Intelligent Design....of Learning

  • His advice is to "think about one-downing, instead of one-upping, and underdoing-competitors" –beating them with less.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • Always so impeccably dressed for the occasion, never over- or underdoing it, this time Audra Kincaid had on a short-sleeved green sundress trimmed with white piping, with a matching jacket.

    The Glory Game

  • Always so impeccably dressed for the occasion, never over- or underdoing it, this time Audra Kincaid had on a short-sleeved green sundress trimmed with white piping, with a matching jacket.

    The Glory Game

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