underdraw

underdraw

(ˌʌndəˈdrɔː)
vb (tr) , -draws, -drawing, -drew or -drawn
1. (Art Terms) to sketch (the subject) before painting it on the same surface
2. (Building) to cover with lath and plaster
3. to represent insufficiently
4. (Banking & Finance) to ensure that sufficient funds remain in (a bank account) by withdrawing only a limited amount
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"Historically, you'd usually overdraw the bottom and underdraw the top.
My one quibble with the book is that Ayres's research on Dixon has been so well focussed, he has tended to 'underdraw' his supporting players.
Finally, compromise was reached and the male appeared in the studio wearing underdraws with gauze passed between his legs.