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underclass the socioeconomic class of people at the lowest income level, usu. below the subsistence level.
underclassman a freshman or sophomore student in a high school or college.
underclothes clothing worn next to the skin, under other garments; underwear.
undercoat the short hairs growing close to an animal's skin, covered by longer hair or fur. [3 definitions]
undercoating a coat of sealer applied to the underside of an automobile to protect it from rust.
undercover carried out or happening in secret. [2 definitions]
under cover hidden or covert; in secrecy.
undercurrent a feeling, tendency, mood, attitude, or the like that underlies and often contradicts surface appearances. [2 definitions]
undercut to cut or cut away under or beneath, usu. so as to create an overhang. [6 definitions]
underdevelop to develop (something) to less than the required or desirable degree.
underdeveloped not fully developed; immature, stunted, or deficient. [2 definitions]
underdo to do less than is needed or wanted.
underdog a contestant who is expected to lose, as in sports or politics. [2 definitions]
underdone inadequately cooked, as meat.
underdressed too informally dressed for the occasion.
underemployed employed at work that does not use one's full ability, training, or the like. [3 definitions]
underestimate to appraise at too low a quantity, rate, strength, value, or the like. [2 definitions]
underexpose to expose (film) to too little light or for too short a time, resulting in lack of contrast.
underfeed to feed too little or too seldom. [2 definitions]
underfoot under or below the feet. [2 definitions]
underfur the fine soft fur under the coarse outer hair of certain animals, such as beavers, seals, and some dogs.