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

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Examples

  • The irony implied in the title undergoes a Los Angeles makeover.

    Durangoherald.com

  • And the recovery and convalescence that she undergoes is an exemplary instance of what doctors nowadays call ‘pacing’, a minutely slow return to activity that is alive to the dangers of overstimulation.

    Wilkie Collins’ No Name « Tales from the Reading Room

  • Knowing that this or that part of the brain undergoes neural activity if someone is, say, nervous, doesn't tell anything about the structure of the nervous thought.

    Against Darwinism

  • And the recovery and convalescence that she undergoes is an exemplary instance of what doctors nowadays call ‘pacing’, a minutely slow return to activity that is alive to the dangers of overstimulation.

    Wilkie Collins’ No Name « Tales from the Reading Room

  • In Norse mythology, Odin undergoes the trial of nine days hanging on an ash tree.

    'Where do you get your Ideas?' An Essay by Neil Gaiman

  • The change which Alroy undergoes is carefully wrought by Disraeli.

    Levine - Criticism - Critical Contexts

  • The first 30 months of life is the period when a child’s brain undergoes its most critical stages of evolution … Together we can help to make your child the next Baby Prodigy!

    Extreme Parenting

  • The first 30 months of life is the period when a child’s brain undergoes its most critical stages of evolution … Together we can help to make your child the next Baby Prodigy!

    Extreme Parenting

  • The first 30 months of life is the period when a child’s brain undergoes its most critical stages of evolution … Together we can help to make your child the next Baby Prodigy!

    Extreme Parenting

  • Wagnerienne who, with unhinged will, "undergoes" the performance of "Tristan and Isolde" -- what all these enjoy, and strive with mysterious ardour to drink in, is the philtre of the great Circe

    Beyond Good and Evil

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