underpraise

underpraise

(ˌʌndəˈpreɪz)
vb (tr)
to praise insufficiently

underpraise


Past participle: underpraised
Gerund: underpraising

Imperative
underpraise
underpraise
Present
I underpraise
you underpraise
he/she/it underpraises
we underpraise
you underpraise
they underpraise
Preterite
I underpraised
you underpraised
he/she/it underpraised
we underpraised
you underpraised
they underpraised
Present Continuous
I am underpraising
you are underpraising
he/she/it is underpraising
we are underpraising
you are underpraising
they are underpraising
Present Perfect
I have underpraised
you have underpraised
he/she/it has underpraised
we have underpraised
you have underpraised
they have underpraised
Past Continuous
I was underpraising
you were underpraising
he/she/it was underpraising
we were underpraising
you were underpraising
they were underpraising
Past Perfect
I had underpraised
you had underpraised
he/she/it had underpraised
we had underpraised
you had underpraised
they had underpraised
Future
I will underpraise
you will underpraise
he/she/it will underpraise
we will underpraise
you will underpraise
they will underpraise
Future Perfect
I will have underpraised
you will have underpraised
he/she/it will have underpraised
we will have underpraised
you will have underpraised
they will have underpraised
Future Continuous
I will be underpraising
you will be underpraising
he/she/it will be underpraising
we will be underpraising
you will be underpraising
they will be underpraising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been underpraising
you have been underpraising
he/she/it has been underpraising
we have been underpraising
you have been underpraising
they have been underpraising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been underpraising
you will have been underpraising
he/she/it will have been underpraising
we will have been underpraising
you will have been underpraising
they will have been underpraising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been underpraising
you had been underpraising
he/she/it had been underpraising
we had been underpraising
you had been underpraising
they had been underpraising
Conditional
I would underpraise
you would underpraise
he/she/it would underpraise
we would underpraise
you would underpraise
they would underpraise
Past Conditional
I would have underpraised
you would have underpraised
he/she/it would have underpraised
we would have underpraised
you would have underpraised
they would have underpraised
References in periodicals archive ?
British critics of my generation always preferred to underpraise with conviction rather than overpraise with enthusiasm.
But whether on sufficient or insufficient evidence I do think that Hand was a great judge and therefore I think that Gunther underpraises him when he writes in the first sentence of the book, "Learned Hand is numbered among a small group of truly great American judges of the twentieth century.