Antonyms for overpraised

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The weird beauty of the landscape can hardly be overpraised.

Pope laughed at his Pastorals, which had been overpraised by Tickell.

Overpraise and mispraise him as anybody may, he cannot be overpraised for this.

As literature on the other hand, Beowulf may be overpraised: it has been so frequently.

Indeed she erred, if she erred at all, on this side, and overpraised and over-admired everything and everybody whom she regarded.

The landlord had not overpraised his Bohemian cookery, for he gave me a most relishing supper.

In plain words, I shall offer a few considerations, which may tend to reduce an overpraised writer to his proper level.

It is an agreeable thing to find a man whose work has been overpraised writing better than he has ever done before.

He would have written still more, but he had heard that people looked up to him and overpraised his Letters.

Many eulogistic statements have been made concerning this beauty-spot, but none have overpraised it.