from The Century Dictionary.
- To represent inadequately, in art, in writing, or in speech.
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- verb to cover or line the underside of a structure (such as a floor) with plasterwork, boarding or other such treatment.
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They give no chance to the second man to leap into the boat, so deep has he to go, pushing on until the pads are out and the boat controlled; but he has barely time to feel the underdraw of the recoiling wave when the straight scour of a keel comes down along the sand and pebbles -- the Ellen Jane,