from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who undervalues, or esteems too lightly.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who undervalues.
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- noun One who
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My next and last example shall be that undervaluer of money, the late Provost of Eaton Colledg, Sir Henry Wotton,
The Compleat Angler 2007
The undervaluer has frequently to make a tool of a man in his employ.
Constance Dunlap 1908
For ourselves we can truly say -- never did we know a human being, boy or girl, who began life as an habitual undervaluer of truth, that did not afterwards exhibit a character conformable to that beginning -- such a character as, however superficially correct under the steadying hand of self-interest, was not in a lower key of moral feeling as well as of principle.
Theological Essays and Other Papers — Volume 1 Thomas De Quincey 1822
The "Monthly Review" sneers at me, and asks "if 'Comus' is not _good enough_ for Mr. Lamb?" because I have said no good serious dramas have been written since the death of Charles the First, except "Samson Agonistes"; so because they do not know, or won't remember, that "Comus" was written long before, I am to be set down as an undervaluer of Milton!
My next and last example shall be that undervaluer of money, the late
The Complete Angler 1653 Izaak Walton 1638