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  • verb Present participle of underpay.

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Examples

  • Sounds like more of the same: young stuck in underpaying, overworked, wage-stagnant, dead-end jobs for fear of losing insurance.

    Baucus…Because - Swampland - TIME.com

  • Though a major may have its name on tickets, it is not legally liable for the smaller company, for its safety record or its cost-cutting measures, such as underpaying workers, encouraging them to fly more often than might be safe, or even fly planes they haven't been trained on.

    PopMatters

  • Though a major may have its name on tickets, it is not legally liable for the smaller company, for its safety record or its cost-cutting measures, such as underpaying workers, encouraging them to fly more often than might be safe, or even fly planes they haven't been trained on.

    PopMatters

  • "underpaying" the artists, shouldn't the artists be

    Techdirt

  • "underpaying" the artists, shouldn't the artists be

    Techdirt

  • Worthington makes the biggest impression among the male actors with his underpaying of the role of David.

    Jackie K. Cooper: The Debt Owes Us More

  • If that sounds like cynicism to you, to me it sounds like the company is trying to transform public perception away from being seen as, among other things, a predatory employer with a long history of underpaying its workers.

    Nick Wiseman: Wal-Mart's Coming to Town

  • If that sounds like cynicism to you, to me it sounds like the company is trying to transform public perception away from being seen as, among other things, a predatory employer with a long history of underpaying its workers.

    Nick Wiseman: Wal-Mart's Coming to Town

  • Worthington makes the biggest impression among the male actors with his underpaying of the role of David.

    Jackie K. Cooper: The Debt Owes Us More

  • Worthington makes the biggest impression among the male actors with his underpaying of the role of David.

    Jackie K. Cooper: The Debt Owes Us More

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