underdone

[ UK /ˌʌndədˈʌn/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. insufficiently cooked
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How To Use underdone In A Sentence

  • ‘Eat up, Kyle,’ said Stan, holding a plate of burnt bacon and underdone toast.
  • Okay, maybe the chips were fractionally underdone, but we're talking nanoseconds.
  • The meat is generally larded for this, and many consider it is best slightly underdone.
  • The Wallabies lack match practice and will be "underdone" for their final Bledisloe Cup match against New Zealand in Hong Kong next week, coach Robbie Deans warned on Friday. Planet Rugby News - Rugby Union News
  • The lobster was slightly underdone, firm and tasty - this was a French dish made Italian.
  • Lehmann admitted that the bowling so far ‘looked underdone’ but he hoped they had got the kinks out of their armour before taking on Surrey.
  • The apologies and absolutions at the end of the movie were rather trite and underdone.
  • My main thrust was to aver the Nordin article was "underdone" and as a community service would have been much more effective if the bank involvement had been much more deeply explored; and if, as you and Waldo seemd to think, "Anyone in the world can tap one ` s bank account with only the account number" that fact, if indeed it is one, needs exploration. Progress Steals from Ex-Subscriber at cvillenews.com
  • Deprived of the country's finest youth, his side has also not been able to travel to any warm-up tournaments, which he believes leaves them 'underdone' in comparison with other leading teams. Planet Rugby | Rugby Union News
  • The meat was sliced rather than the usual cubed and the potato a little underdone.
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