from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • v. Past tense of undergo.

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  • v. Simple past of undergo.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • imp. of undergo.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Preterit of undergo.


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  • Following a protracted pause during which his expression underwent a most striking change, from utter bafflement to burgeoning doubt to unmitigated skepticism, Captain Russell shook his head and declared, Well, Mr. Poe, this is most intriguing, indeed.


  • It existed from 1701 until 1767, during which period its title underwent many changes.


  • Britain underwent a security alert last summer when military spies lost sight of a Russian nuclear submarine, alarming defence chiefs who issued a strong warning of the dangers of cutting back on surveillance technology.

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  • Some time during that last talk my brain underwent a loss of coolant accident and melted down.

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  • Packers S Derrick Martin underwent arthroscopic surgery on his ankle in late April.

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  • After his senior year, Crowder again underwent surgery, this time on both of his knees.

  • Fernholm again underwent surgery to repair the kneecap for good, and it finally looks as though he will be able to make his season debut sometime in January. - Swedish defenseman Fernholm copes with injury

  • His expression underwent a shift startling in its suddenness, from the homicidal to the sublimely stupid, as his eyes rolled back in his head and he fell over in a heap of customers.

    Jed the Dead

  • There as a knock at the door-and his expression underwent a change to alert, wary, and cold as sharpened steel.

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  • Abruptly his face contorted and his expression underwent a horrible, dramatic change.

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