from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Having insufficient funds or attributes.

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  • adj. Insufficiently endowed.
  • adj. Having small breasts or buttocks.
  • adj. Having a small penis.


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From under- +‎ endowed


  • After it, without cooling or medical machinery in nursing homes and underendowed hospitals, the death toll soared up over a thousand.


  • An underendowed Lisa Titwell wouldn't beg her parents to let her finish her education at an all-girls 'school.

    Heather McElhatton: Kick Me

  • But after this conversation about other men's penises, and the possible inference that I could keep company with her underendowed Mexican and Japanese lovers, there wasn't much left to me, mentally and physically.

    Wake Up, Sir!

  • "We complain all the time that we're underendowed for our size and compared to our peers, but right now it's actually better for us because we're not as dependent on endowment income,"

    The Daily Pennsylvanian

  • Bahrain (population 1.05 million) and Oman (population 2.6 million) have oil and gas but are underendowed energy-wise relative to their neighbors.

    The Big Picture

  • Simon froze, rippling his womanly dealership into her underendowed pussy, squelching her barren minds in his whistles and groaning, while his girdle exploded inside her.

    from the spam | clusterflock

  • Since they suffered through no fault of their own, since they were unlucky and underendowed, they should deserve a compensation of some sort -- more like a reward. "

    The Fountainhead


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