Definitions

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  • adj. Insufficiently marketed.

Etymologies

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under- +‎ marketed

Examples

  • The ones that turned out well were, as Neelesh says, undermarketed, yet the ones that turned out poorly were overhyped.

    The Soap Opera Of Midway

  • "We have a number of businesses that were undermarketed in the last 10 years," Mr. Van Tassel says.

    Grape Nuts Takes Aim at Men

  • He's really an undermarketed gem for the league, a true star in every sense of the word.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • Seems that Warner Brothers has finally announced a release date for the Special Edition DVD of one of their most undermarketed and best projects of the last decade – THE IRON GIANT.

    June 2004 | Kung Fu Rodeo

  • Even to a poor Yank like me, Man U and Liverpool and the other big football clubs seem distinctly undermarketed.

    BBC Ouch! Blog

  • First is the tablet, which is being spearheaded by Apple and led to market by offerings like those from the undermarketed Archos and the troubled JooJoo.

    Digital Trends

  • "They're high-value benefits and, quite honestly, they're probably undermarketed," said Cook.

    ScrippsNews

  • He went on to say that he believed Opel was undermarketed in Russia and GM would promote the brand as an example of German quality and engineering.

    Manufacturing.net Headline News

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