View definitions for under-the-table


adjective as in behind-the-scenes

adjective as in hush-hush

adverb as in under the counter

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Example Sentences

Refugees are barred from working, so many find under-the-table jobs that offer little pay and poor conditions.

The existing industry is built on crime and under-the-table economics.

They were not more than four or five inches thick, but that is the ideal height for an under-the-table cushion.

"A regular hero," Williams testified suddenly, in his concealed, from-under-the-table tone.


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On this page you'll find 776 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to under-the-table, such as: besotted, buzzed, crocked, dead drunk, groggy, and inebriated.

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