undern

undern

(ˈʌndən)
n
1. (Cookery) dialect a simple meal
2. the third or sixth hour of the day
3. dialect the afternoon or the evening
adj
exposed
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Services between Lichfield and Redditch on the Cross City line were severely disrupted after the lorry became stuck undern the 13ft bridge in Station Road, Erdington.
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