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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of undermine.

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Examples

  • They tried to define him as a Carter, a label undermined when health care reform passed.

    The Moderate Voice

  • I will keep looking for specific numbers but based on my knowledge of the field of meteorology in general I would not expect more than a thousand scientists world-wide are working on this topic and the number of those people whose work would be undermined is a fraction of that.

    Open Climate Science or Denial of Service attacks? | Serendipity

  • The report found, among other defects, that the Iraqi High Tribunal was undermined from the outset by Iraqi government actions that threatened the independence and perceived impartiality of the court.

    Iraq

  • Today on the House floor, Republican leaders once again undermined democracy, this time so that the Bush Administration can threaten our civil liberties.

    Oh so pure...

  • Today on the House floor, Republican leaders once again undermined democracy, this time so that the Bush Administration can threaten our civil liberties.

    Thoroughly Un-American

  • They did not say the calls undermined civilian control of national security.

    From On High

  • Today on the House floor, Republican leaders once again undermined democracy, this time so that the Bush Administration can threaten our civil liberties.

    Beyond Boston...

  • Today on the House floor, Republican leaders once again undermined democracy, this time so that the Bush Administration can threaten our civil liberties.

    Oh, get a room!

  • Today on the House floor, Republican leaders once again undermined democracy, this time so that the Bush Administration can threaten our civil liberties.

    So it's come to this...

  • Today on the House floor, Republican leaders once again undermined democracy, this time so that the Bush Administration can threaten our civil liberties.

    Archive 2004-07-01

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