Pronunciation of Underrate
/ˌʌndəɹˈe͡ɪt/, /ˌʌndəɹˈeɪt/, /ˌʌ_n_d_ə_ɹ_ˈeɪ_t/
Antonyms for underrate:
Oversold, rated too highly, over-esteeming, overprized, over-sells, over valuing, making too much of, over-rated, making production of, under lined, making a production of, overassess, overprizes, brought to fore, over prizes, bringing fore, over reckoned, overreckons, over praises, over-praises, under-lines, overassesses, over estimating, over prized, overrate, over-assessing, thought too highly of, over selling, make a production of, pointing up, esteem, over values, overesteems, points up, bringing to fore, overvalue, assessed too highly, over rating, over prize, overassessed, assesses too highly, called attention to, make too much of, assess too highly, made too much of, turn spotlight on, bringing to the fore, under-score, over praising, over-prizes, thinking too much of, over-esteems, over rated, under-scored, over sold, over-assess, expects too much of, revere, rate too highly, over sell, value, think too much of, overprizing, over valued, over esteeming, calls attention to, brings to fore, overestimated, over-valued, over-estimated, over-prizing, overestimating, regard, over-reckoning, Overreckon, over assessing, raise, over assess, over-values, praise, over reckons, over-sell, turning spotlight on, over praised, bring the fore, overpraise, over-reckon, bring to the fore, think too highly of, over-assessed, over-value, over reckoning, call attention to, Oversell, over-reckons, Overpraising, thinks too highly of, assessing too highly, over-praise, over estimated, idolize, adore, over-estimating, Overselling, over assesses, made production of, overreckoning, respect, over estimates, over-praised, over prizing, calling attention to, Overvaluing, under-lined, thought too much of, brings to the fore, expected too much of, under-scoring, turns spotlight on, expect too much of, under lines, over-rate, appreciate, over-esteem, oversells, under-scores, overpraises, over-reckoned, over-prized, highlighted, under line, over-praising, turned spotlight on, bring to fore, highlighting, over sells, over value, overesteemed, overestimate, over-rates, overpraised, increase, over-selling, made a production of, play up, over estimate, over-estimate, over-rating, over-prize, overassessing, over-valuing, expecting too much of, worship, cherish, make production of, thinks too much of, under lining, overreckoned, rates too highly, overesteeming, overestimates, over-estimates, under-line, admire, brought to the fore, bring fore, over-esteemed, over-assesses, exaggerate, venerate, prize, point up, over esteemed, overvalues, treasure, brings the fore, over rates, bringing the fore, pointed up, overesteem, over esteem, over assessed, brought fore, over rate, makes too much of, under score, under-lining, over esteems, brought the fore, brings fore, Overprize, rating too highly, Overvalued, reverence, thinking too highly of, over reckon, over-sold.
Usage examples for underrate:
- Do you underrate the good sense of yours, if, in far more than half the things appertaining to daily life, the wisest men say, 'Better leave them to the women'? - "Kenelm Chillingly, Complete", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
- It is wrong and a great mistake to underrate native wines; they have a little more acerbity than foreign wines, but are not inferior. - "Hand-Book of Practical Cookery for Ladies and Professional Cooks", Pierre Blot.
Rhymes for underrate:
- fate, hait, plate, strait, waite, gate, spate, weight, grate, late, rait, taitt, wait, streight, hate, cate, kate, prate, chait, slate, straight, state, pait, crate, gait, bate, speight, fete, tate, skate, sate, fait, eight, rate, wayt, plait, bait, nate, trait, freight, mate, tait, ate, pate, aydt, great, date;
- create, innate, dictate, belate, tri-state, lightweight, inflate, equate, abate, berate, upstate, debate, irate, prorate, predate, translate, est, reflate, oblate, negate, ornate, relate, deflate, restate, gestate, misstate, postdate, elate, estate, update, conflate, collate, await, sedate, dilate, kuwait;
- desecrate, procreate, overweight, intrastate, reinstate, interstate, overrate, silverplate, solid-state, conjugate;
- remunerate, interrelate, demodulate, recriminate;