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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of underuse.
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An audit conducted during the George W. Bush administration found that the government owns 14,000 vacant buildings and underuses 55,000 other locations.
Unfortunately, he is also likely to have not yet developed a good ear for language, for the subtleties of sentence length, style, rhythm, and pitch … The writer who underuses the period (creating consistently long sentences) falls into two categories: either he is an amateur who thinks in an uncensored, chaotic manner, or he is a seasoned writer who crafts too-long sentences deliberately.
I think Steve underuses his formerly large, but slowly shrinking, influence.
Just as the show underuses Carolee Campbell and Terrence Mann, so do these photographs!
Alienates, underuses and simply refuses to play some of the best talent on the team.