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synonyms for understudied

  • replace
  • deputize
  • insinuate
  • interject
  • interpose
  • pinch hit
  • represent
  • stand in (for)
  • substract
  • take the place of
  • understudy
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How to use understudied in a sentence

And when she wasn't functioning as the ubiquitous wet-blanket, Papa Dupont understudied for her, and did it most efficiently, too.
RED MASQUERADELOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
Uncle "understudied" the Squire as he addressed his friends, thrusting his hands into his pockets and standing very upright.
THE SOUL OF SUSAN YELLAMHORACE ANNESLEY VACHELL
A successful soloist at Friday rehearsal may be found incompetent by Sunday, so that all solo work is carefully understudied.
THE BOY'S VOICEJ. SPENCER CURWEN
Olga Larson, who had understudied Patricia ever since the Chicago opening, was given the part.
THE REAL ADVENTUREHENRY KITCHELL WEBSTER
It was natural to expect a change; but no, she went through it all as if she had most carefully understudied the part.
A DWELLER IN MESOPOTAMIADONALD MAXWELL
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