Definitions

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  • adj. Lacking adequate or sufficient wisdom; insufficiently wise.
  • v. To make, render, or prove to be underwise.
  • adv. On or to the bottom or underside of; beneath; underneath.
  • adv. Below; hereafter.
  • n. Underside.

Etymologies

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From under +‎ -wise.

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From under- +‎ wise.

Examples

  • I still don't understand why autodesk is in so much love relationship with microsoft, maybe it's kind of financial deal made long time ago, underwise it's hard to understand.

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  • We can not blame teachers for anything rather people that does nothing to propell their own life rather than busy undermining other people life, i believed that when they focus on their own life and their family development all the aforesaid mentioned point will stop underwise it's going to persist, another case scenarios which i do think about is that they may well seldomely believed that by undermining another it may pave a way for them and it's not always in their favour because the people they're attacking is not even moved or touched by their act, i think they got it all wrong mate.

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