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- noun An underground
- noun One who is part of a secret or
underground societyor subculture.
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Sorry, Prefessor, in my zeal to write something mildly intelligent six seconds before anyone else I initially failed to noticed that you had commented on Haring as the ur-undergrounder.
At that time undergrounder Skip Williamson lived fairly close and he got me the tickets.
Dragoncon: The Aftermath (Part III) Chuck Wells 2008
If the man was the undergrounder Kurt suspected, he would simply be more cautious.
The Heirs of Babylon Cook, Glen 1972
I thought he'd changed a lot, grown more quiet and much older-looking, but wasn't too surprised considering what he must have experienced as an undergrounder.
Three Hearts and Three Lions Anderson, Poul, 1926- 1953
i shall be uncharacteristicly rude and act like a dim undergrounder: dear moveon. org which one looks more like a chimp?
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