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View definitions for undercut

undercut

verb as in excavate

Strongest match

verb as in undersell

Strongest match

Strong matches

verb as in weaken

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Republicans made a compelling argument when they said Cunningham single-handedly managed to undercut his central premise as a candidate about honor and duty as a veteran and family man.

This episode undercuts everything that came before that made Rory’s season six journey interesting.

From Vox

Meanwhile, workers are facing new threats to their livelihood from technology and automation, and a Supreme Court that has undercut the financial clout of organized labor.

From Fortune

The bank agreed to pay $550 million, but it and other global lenders in the accord felt little lasting hit from markets or customers, undercutting investor fears that a guilty plea would devastate their business.

From Fortune

When Sam Walton founded Walmart in 1962, he used a combination of low prices, tight margins, and scale to undercut the competition and grow it into the No.

From Fortune

The death toll, which experts believe has been significantly undercut by secret burials, stands at 7,905.

Plus, he already had the super trendy “undercut” hairstyle popular with the fashion forward men of today.

Obama made clear where he stood when he quickly undercut his $120 billion investment by announcing a drawdown.

Satellite television outfits like DirectTV have undercut cable on price and signed up millions of customers.

Particularly once people start dying, you have to figure out how to make the humor not undercut the emotion of the piece.

The Master was represented seated on a lotus the petals of which were so deeply undercut as to show almost detached.

We have already concluded that a roundabout route must be allowed to meet, though not to undercut, the ruling rate.

Fig. 216 is a scarfed joint with undercut vee'd ends which prevent the joint from lipping up or down or sideways.

The model calls for very accurate workmanship and the joints must not be undercut during the sawing and chiselling operations.

But it was a preposterously difficult task to get across an undercut to where he could grasp a stunted tree.

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On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to undercut, such as: undermine, burrow, cut, gouge, hollow, and tunnel.

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

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