from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- transitive verb To provide insufficient funding for.
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- verb To provide insufficient
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We continue to underfund education and probably always will. —
Duncan: Smart Is Cooler Than Ever - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com 2009
They are governed by Republicans, who underfund and mismanage education (and everything else for that matter)
They are governed by Republicans, who underfund and mismanage education (and everything else for that matter)!
You and Employers ignore minimal levels of education are necessary in the modern Workplace, and would underfund these minimal levels.
Income Redistribution Proposals, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty 2009
No long term thinker would then (even more perversely) underfund the pension liability either.
The Volokh Conspiracy » Would the Public Support “Cap and Refund”? 2010
Many people chronically underfund their retirement savings.
Jason Alderman: Use Financial Windfalls Wisely Jason Alderman 2011
If Illinois continues to underfund its pensions, the system could run out of money within the decade.
Land of Delinquents Josh Barro 2011
A conservative rich guy who wants to underfund his province travels to the best specialists money can buy on medical tourism!
Think Progress » Woman Who Was Denied Insurance Due To Pre-Existing Condition Looking To Get Married For Health Care 2010
Most city municipalities severely underfund entrepreneurship.
Daniel Isenberg: City Leader: Kick-Start Entrepreneurship in Your City Now Daniel Isenberg 2010
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