under-estimated[ verb uhn-der-es-tuh-meyt; noun uhn-der-es-tuh-mit, -meyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF under-estimated
Synonyms for under-estimated
- cast aside
- passed over
- tossed aside
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNDER-ESTIMATED
But she had over-estimated the power of her will, and under-estimated that of her imagination.
But they, with others, under-estimated the scope and purpose of the New Era.
He under-estimated the force of covetousness and the power of temptation in a savage.
We had a brush with about five thousand Huns, and we had under-estimated their strength.
Still, they under-estimated the pluck of the lad who was pitted against them.
But it is the perils of even the patriotic spy, which are so often under-estimated.
In the fog I had under-estimated the distance and the hit was low and too far back.
But I found that I had under-estimated the cunning of the enemy.
I was glad they under-estimated my knowledge of their language.
She realized how completely she had under-estimated her own charm.