undersize

[ UK /ˌʌndəsˈa‍ɪz/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. smaller than normal for its kind
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How To Use undersize In A Sentence

  • Anomalies such as undersized genitalia, long or short arms or legs due to "glitches" causing early or late closing off of bone ends, pectus carinatum etc. The Smell of a Million Melted Computers
  • We boxed seven keepers and tossed back about that many undersized fish, then moved several hundred yards to another brush pile.
  • It's not just a few undersize or damaged fish. The Sun
  • The company then told us its tests showed “blow-by” in certain units and linked it to an undersized filter adapter on some Kones with an “L” on the unit and box (see photos). Safety alert: Two Dirt Devil Kone models found Not Acceptable
  • A tree four feet in diameter is called undersized in these woods; and so skillful are the wood-choppers that they can make the largest giant of the forest fall just where they want it, or, as they say, they "drive a stake with the tree. Northern California, Oregon, and the Sandwich Islands
  • Indeed, oversized watch pockets have become common to accommodate all the little electrical geegaws that have replaced the watch as must-have undersized, overpriced miniaturized technology for the hep person on the go.
  • The game wardens laid several charges against the men, including possession of 25 yellow-headed parrots and having caged birds in an undersized cage.
  • He's undersized, but because of the way he plays with leverage he's able to disengage from blocks and be a run stopper.
  • I complained as I turned the T.V. off and walked lazily into the undersized area called the kitchen.
  • He was an undersized senior with spiked auburn hair and russet eyes.
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