undersay

undersay

(ˌʌndəˈseɪ)
vb, -says, -saying or -said
(tr) archaic to state in the form of an answer
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Thankfully, it was soon confirmed there was no break and Bell, too, is expected to be fit for the match, which gets undersay today.