Definition of "undersung" [undersung]

  • (adjective) Insufficiently valued or praised

Use "undersung" in a sentence

  • "Well, perhaps "undersung" is a better word (if it is a word), in that those aware of his contributions ..."
  • "Relax: there is no imminent threat to Radio 4's dominion, nor to that of its undersung digital sister station BBC 7 – soon to be renamed BBC Extra."
  • "Alabama Mobile and its bay are an undersung gem when it comes to gracious architecture and mansions like the Bellingrath Gardens and Home."

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