Definition of "undergrown" [un•der•grown]

  • (adjective) Not fully grown; puny.
  • (adjective) Covered with undergrowth.

Use "undergrown" in a sentence

  • "And a sophisticated tunnel 90 feet undergrown, about 900 feet long, apparently to smuggle drugs from Mexico into the United States."
  • "Kirsten Dunst's curly-haired Claudia, the little girl the two men vampirize into their "family," and who comes to hate her eternal entrapment in an undergrown body, manages to assume an eerie agelessness."
  • "Patients with a high titer of IgG anticardiolipin and⁄or the lupus anticoagulant are at risk of developing blood clots that result in small, undergrown placentas."

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