underrate[ uhn-der-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF underrate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNDERRATE
He does not underrate the talents of milord Wellington as a commander.
He would not have them underrate the importance of the Baptist's service.
Let us not underrate the value of a fact; it will one day flower in a truth.
Slaveholders ever underrate the intelligence with which they have to grapple.
Far be it from me to underrate the sufferings of the Irish people.
There was a disposition to underrate dangers that were not on the surface.
Not that I wish to underrate the importance of clever and solid reviews.
Raleigh, who did nothing by halves, was not accustomed to underrate his own misfortunes.
In work of this kind a teacher should not underrate the value of reviews.
You underrate Gurth, my brother, when you speak of him but as the vice earl of Harold.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR UNDERRATE
- cry down
- dump on
- put down
- put hooks in
- run down
- sour grapes
- tear down
- write off
- bark up wrong tree
- be misled
- be overcritical
- be partial
- be unfair
- be wrong
- come to hasty conclusion
- drop the ball
- miss by a mile
- put foot in