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There are some upright and useful varieties of the native eastern red cedar, perhaps undervalued because of its weediness in the wild.

Along with an undervalued currency, growth companies struggled to find attractive valuations on the local exchange.

Resilience is a quality that is much undervalued by our economic models generally around the world.

We also undervalue time because we don’t account for small losses of free time to the same extent as we account for small losses of money.

The very nature of a sick man's temper is to undervalue all sufferings save his own and those resembling his.

Arthur O'LearyCharles James Lever

They evidently overrate themselves or undervalue the force of their opponents.

I have taken for granted the cultivation of the emotions, the importance of which I am the last to undervalue.

We must not undervalue, on the other hand, Mozart's more exact knowledge and freer use than formerly of external means.

It is safer, and certainly more becoming, to overpraise than to undervalue and dispraise another.

Concord DaysA. Bronson Alcott

Withal he was not inclined to undervalue either his personal appearance or his mental capacity.

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