v. t.1.To supply with less than enough; to furnish insufficiently.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In his San Francisco debut, Oshiro showed just five works, and the show's spare installation made the gallery feel more like a severely underfurnished warehouse loft than an exhibition space.
Here is a raven in flight from near the end of the book: "Updrafts dance in the finger-like feathers off the backs of her wings." Such abrupt photographs of sensation transform the underfurnished world of the Arctic, rendering it as contingent as the historical situation they seek to represent.
His self-loathing, fueled by much wine, is hardly mitigated by the fruits of his success: a new baby and a huge, underfurnished house in an unnamed, culture-free zone somewhere out West.
Remember, the fact that this area was underfurnished is part of the reason it was underused.
"That has a huge psychological affect on pupils being taught in underfurnished rooms and using books and equipment clearly outdated.