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  • n. Plural form of underestimate.

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Examples

  • Nancy Pelosi again underestimates the intelligence of the American people.

    2010 won't be like 1994, says Pelosi

  • While I do think Brin underestimates impact of all the Reserve Units called into action, I do believe our protectors and the society they protect should be linked closer together and that room can be made for average people to contribute to our defense effort like the civilian company in New Orleans that made all amphibious landing craft we used to win WWII.

    Fic Rec: "The Ringworld Slayer" by Speaker to Customers

  • The Problem is that Obama has yet to answer what happens when the government yet again underestimates how much this plan is going to cost.

    Obama: 'If you misrepresent what's in the plan, we will call you out'

  • Until then, McCain underestimates the power of Obama's ruthlessly efficient operation at his own peril -- even if his blog is more fun to read.

    Obama’s Awesomely Sucky Blog, McCain’s Awesome but Doomed One - Swampland - TIME.com

  • Sure, I know that wouldn't be a rational reason for Wall Street to place a bid, but the market is notorious for being the opposite of rational every now and then (actually, such a phrase underestimates the frequency of market irrationality). latest quarterly report weren't so hot, I nevertheless considered the concept of trading the concern since the Christmas season should be kind to the business.

    BloggingStocks

  • Axel Weber, a member of the ECB's governing council, said in a speech that the market "underestimates" euro-zone inflation risks and that expectations don't reflect the bank's commitment to price stability.

    Euro Ends Above $1.50 for First Time

  • The rhetoric of discretion-free judging grossly underestimates the public.

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

  • This step, though practically unavoidable, inevitably underestimates the number of converts among blacks.

    American Grace

  • In that sense, Figure 5.2 seriously underestimates the downward trend in “Anglo” Catholic fealty over the twentieth century.

    American Grace

  • To the extent that our respondents report such contributions as “religious,” rather than “nonreligious,” our discussion here underestimates the role of religious people in supporting nonreligious causes.

    American Grace

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