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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of underpraise.
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From there, I meet up with Ethan Parker of the Gamer's Haven podcast for an interview, wander the hall again it is only with this trip that I have finally at least seen every booth, but know I've missed some stuff regardless, and hook up with criminally underpraised designer roninevil for lunch.
FOX: I think as far as doctors and nurses go, I think that they are really underpraised on the level of their discretion ...
The greatly underpraised Lansing changed the course of the first trial when she expertly guided Lyle Menendez step-by-step through his tearful testimony, proving concretely the staggering power of male tears on a female jury.
Educated at a community college herself, Ryan chose to advocate for "the much underpraised and underfunded community colleges across the nation" by creating The Community College Poetry Project while serving as Poet Laureate.
Man, she could be one of the greatest presidents we have and definitely underpraised and misunderstood.
This underpraised part of speech is probably the most neglected, least memorialized, and most sparsely parsed in the English language.