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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of underestimate.

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Examples

  • Those words are Elizabeth Bishop's, and it strikes me now that Warner's work may remain underestimated for much same the reason that Bishop's was throughout much of her life.

    A Different Stripe:

  • Those words are Elizabeth Bishop's, and it strikes me now that Warner's work may remain underestimated for much same the reason that Bishop's was throughout much of her life.

    Authors and others

  • Those words are Elizabeth Bishop's, and it strikes me now that Warner's work may remain underestimated for much same the reason that Bishop's was throughout much of her life.

    A letter from the editor on Sylvia Townsend Warner

  • Those words are Elizabeth Bishop's, and it strikes me now that Warner's work may remain underestimated for much same the reason that Bishop's was throughout much of her life.

    From the editor

  • What I may have underestimated is the media's retarded thirst for just such a thing to happen.

    GreenCine Daily: Obama goes to the movies.

  • What even they seem to have underestimated is the ability of Of Fox News to spin even obvious facts form old news stories in to whatever they please.

    Think Progress » Fox News Analyst: Administration Hid Evidence of WMD To Protect China, Russia and France

  • One reason the extent of this has been underestimated is their inherent instability, which makes them difficult to study in laboratory experiments.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • One reason the extent of this has been underestimated is their inherent instability, which makes them difficult to study in laboratory experiments.

    Halloween Horror! Lactose Bacteria Mutating in Your Colon!

  • Because I think the known unknown that the punditocracy has most dramatically underestimated is the Kerry ground operation.

    Time to celebrate!

  • Because I think the known unknown that the punditocracy has most dramatically underestimated is the Kerry ground operation.

    Archive 2004-01-01

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