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"I liked it, Mr. Paret," she replied simply, and I knew that she had understated.

I have understated it; it is not ten, but a hundred, that I should have said.

From all that I hear, I still think that I have understated them.

In my History of the time I have understated the number of those who were executed.

"Oh, I've been keeping in touch," Lancedale understated gently.

He overstates the case as much, at least, as it has been understated by the abettors of Liberalism.

Heysham had understated the case, for unless we struck the railroad we might very well freeze to death on the prairie.

But, at any rate, Frank had certainly not understated the facts, for Tony was the possessor of a fine black eye.

As in the former paragraph he understated his case, in this he would overstate it.

The losses on either side are difficult to estimate; they seem as usual to have been understated by the Parliamentarian writers.

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