Antonyms for over-praised

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Discoveries in surgery and medicine will also be over-praised.

I had heard the wren's famous song, and it had not been over-praised.

And yet if he ever over-praised my work it would be just as offensive.

As they had over-praised them before, they now treated them with contempt.

But one must not condemn a thing because it has been over-praised.

Alick Murray had not over-praised the Highland home of which he had so often spoken when far away across the wide ocean.

The pastoral designs made by Edward Calvert on similar lines can hardly be over-praised.

In the valley where the spring rises, oleanders (kanr) were in bloom; the place is not without charm but is over-praised.

The Queen Anne style has probably been over-praised, a little misunderstood, and possibly a trifle harshly treated.

They can hardly be over-praised, they can hardly be too often read by the lover of last century London.