Then they undersold John one-half, and he said times were scarce.
The French have undersold our cloths, and spoiled our markets in the Levant.
The caitiff who had undersold them was in the village at that moment!
They had been undersold, in the same line of goods, with quite a large customer.
The copers were undersold, and they found it best to take themselves off.
They had the monopoly of their own home market, and were not liable to be undersold by the products of other nations.
In addition he recognized that smuggling, virtually a colonial art, would cause the "fair Trader" to "be undersold and ruined."
He undersold him by at least five per cent, and the end of it is that poor Mariotte's credit is badly shaken.
English manufactures, it was asserted, would be undersold and ruined by goods produced by cheap labour in Ireland.
His competitors, undersold in the market, stood no chance, and one by one they were crushed out of existence.