Antonyms for under-valued

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Her work is compact of observation; yet the gifts she has are not to be under-valued.

He came for a book that had been under-valued at the Custom House.

She sometimes took him by surprise, this under-valued sister of his, and her idea now struck him with surprise.

The latter naturally represented the political, social, and economic ideas which the Democrats under-valued or disparaged.

Being a gentleman and a man of sense, he neither over-valued nor under-valued the attractions of the great world.

Did it ever strike you that the mother-in-law is often a much-misunderstood and under-valued individual?

There have been times when the country in general and its statesmen in particular have lost or under-valued their sea-vision.

The greatness of these men is not likely to be under-valued anywhere, least of all in Massachusetts.

Wherefore else are comodities over-valued by the Seller, and also under-valued by the Buyer.