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tr.v. un·der·sold (-sōld′), un·der·sell·ing, un·der·sells
1. To present (an idea, for example) with little or insufficient enthusiasm: Now that our proposal has failed, it's obvious that we undersold it.
2. To sell at a lower price than (a competitor); undercut.
3. To sell (something) at a price lower than the real, normal, or appropriate value.

un′der·sell′er n.
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Noun1.underseller - a seller that sells at a lower price than others dounderseller - a seller that sells at a lower price than others do; "he went all over town looking for undersellers"
marketer, seller, trafficker, vender, vendor - someone who promotes or exchanges goods or services for money
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ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Does Turkey really want to gain the reputation of being an underseller, a country that deliberately dodges and undermines international sanctions against rogue states?
For every hit like "The History Boys" there are undersellers like "The Norman Conquests" or outright flops like "Coram Boy.
Throughout the decade the market for books was bedeviled by pirates and undersellers, an emerging group of publishers and booksellers who took advantage of the lack of international copyright on British works and the increasing use of trade sales as a means of dumping surplus or out-of-date stock to flood the market with cheap books.