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underinvestigated

Definitions

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  • adj. insufficiently investigated

Etymologies

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From under- +‎ investigated

Examples

  • If you think Hillary has been underinvestigated you must be living in a parallel universe.

    Poll: Hillary's Favorables One Point Higher Than ... Rudy!

  • "Up until that point, women tend to be underinvestigated."

    The Heart Of Women's Health

  • While our work always explores the uninvestigated -- or the underinvestigated -- we are constantly reopening old questions, problems, and even trenches.

    Interactive Dig Pompeii - Field Notes: July 15, 2002

  • Professor of Education Crain Soudien sees it as human wastage, rather than a financial one, and believes the drop-out trends are one of the most "underexplored and underinvestigated problems in the education system".

    IOL: News

  • Although rapid changes in copy number and gene order are common within plant mitochondrial genomes, associated patterns of gene transcription are underinvestigated.

    BioMed Central - Latest articles

  • Located in Tokyo, Keio University's Center for Civil Society with Comparative Perspective conducts research and maintains programs designed to study the underinvestigated area of the dynamics of civil society in a multicultural world.

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  • MERRIMACK -- After saying Mass to a group of 100 at Thomas More College of Liberal Arts on Sunday, the Roman Catholic archbishop of Iraq spoke of the persecution of Christians in his country, including kidnappings, which he said go underreported and underinvestigated.

    Assyrian International News Agency

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