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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of underprize.
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"Is it Hugo de Lacy speaks thus?" said the Archbishop, arising from his seat, and qualifying his tone of censure with the appearance of shame and of regret -- "Is it he who underprizes the renown of a knight -- the virtue of a Christian -- the advancement of his earthly honour -- the more incalculable profit of his immortal soul?