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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of underheat.

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Examples

  • I knew that interrogators regularly use underheated interview rooms.

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  • It's hard as hell to educate kids in leaky, dangerous, overcrowded, underheated, school buildings.

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  • It was no worse than many other such establishments: the food was bad, the building underheated, physical punishment the norm.

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  • But if I shower, the water will be too hot on my overheated feverish body and too cold for my underheated feverish body.

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  • The rains came, and if California in November was not as cold as China had been, nonetheless the air in an underheated apartment chilled the bones, especially bones that had been broken eighteen weeks before.

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  • He was opening the window, although his office was already underheated.

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  • Petrograd is still underfed, underheated, dirty and desolate, but it continues to live ....

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  • Steel heated to its correct temperatures will show the finest possible grain, whereas underheated steel has not had its grain structure refined sufficiently, and so will not be at its best.

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  • Similarly, the air in an underheated church, hall, or theatre is almost sure to be foul.

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  • By virtue of this moisture the winds do a good deal to transfer heat from the tropical or superheated portion of the earth's surface to the circumpolar or underheated realms.

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