96 examples of underestimates in sentences

" The success of my Gray's Inn lectures convinces me that Dr. Sarolea underestimates the interest in America and its history in England.

While the great story was still in the making, while the foundations were still being laid, it was impossible to correct all the annoying underestimates, all the ignorant or careless judgments, of people who took a point for the whole.

There is no danger that English thought will ever underestimate the value and meaning of the individual soul.

To underestimate one's thirst, to pass a given landmark to the right or left, to find a dry spring where one looked for running waterthere is no help for any of these things.

Unless I underestimate him gravely he is incapable of such finesse.

"Mademoiselle," said Lanyard in more formal vein, "I am sure, underestimates my capacity for appreciation.

Premature this might prove to be, but it seemed impossible to misunderstand the emotion under which the chief engineer was labouring or to underestimate its potential value to Lanyard.

It never pays to underestimate your enemy.

It is for this reason only, and not because I underestimate for a moment the vast resources, the splendid organisation, the military valour of Germany, that I restrict myself in the following pages to a consideration of the possible effects of victory rather than of defeat.

V. be unimportant &c adj.; not matter &c 642; go for nothing, matter nothing, signify nothing, matter little, matter little or nothing; not matter a straw &c n.. make light of &c (underestimate) 483; catch at straws &c (overestimate) 482.

"Never underestimate the importance of a good billet," he had told Patrick more than once, an edict laid on him by Sergeant Donald, a mythic presence from the days before Officer Candidate School.

It is fair to presume that the parties best knew the value of their own services and that they would not by an underestimate do themselves injustice.

One view underestimates the power of the logical Idea, the other overestimates it.

It must not be thought that I underestimate the value of education as a general principle; indeed I earnestly beg of Mr. FISHER, should these lines chance to meet his eye, not to be in any way discouraged by them; but I have been driven to the conclusion that there is such a thing as over-education, and that it has dangers.

"How can you make such an underestimate!

" "I do not underestimate the courage of those fellows; they will shrink at nothing, but there is no more excuse for my running away upon receiving such a warning than there would be for all the inhabitants of Wyoming to leave the State at such a command.

Simultaneously then, being yourself only a fool after all, you flatter me and underestimate my intelligence.

Others have such confidence in the strength of their virtue, such commanding arrogance of integrity, that, like a captain who underestimates the force of an enemy and overrates his own, they neglect to place a picket-guard on the outskirts of their moral camp, and in such an hour as they think not they are surprized and lost.

He never seeks to underestimate his strength.

He greatly underestimates the German element, which was important in West Virginia.

He always underestimates the Indian numbers and loss.

Several facts indicate that he did not underestimate the worth and range of his title of king.

I don't want you to underestimate the value of any sort of knowledge, and I want you to appreciate the value of other work besides your ownmusic and railroading, ground and lofty tumbling and banking, painting pictures and soap advertising; because if you're not broad enough to do this you're just as narrow as those fellows who are running the culture corner, and your mind will get so blame narrow it will overlap.

And yet the subsequent history of pastoral reminds us that it is quite possible to underestimate Guarini's merits as a playwright.

The Chanson de la Croisade does not underestimate the impression made by his death.

96 examples of  underestimates  in sentences