Infinitive: undershore
3rd person: undershores
Present: undershoring
Gerund: undershoring
Past: undershored
Perfect: undershored

To give or express support; to furnish justification for; uphold; prop up.


At the first opportunity, she undershored the conversation with a grandmamly, field-proven conciliatory enhancer: —The tea scentiful is presteamed! (Context: In her archaic language, Grandma Estela offers freshly prepared fragrant tea to ease up a stressful conversation. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)

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Julion Okram's Word Explainer is a concise dictionary of uncommon, less standard and expert words appearing in mystery thrillers and science fiction adventures. It contains little-known or fictional geographical names, scientific terms, slang, professional jargons, archaisms, dialects, neologisms, composite expressions, etc⋅. Find word definitions, alternative meanings, occasional notes about etymology and stems, and story-related contextual remarks. The entire vocabulary is searchable online. Readers wishing to go offline or have a printed reference at hand can download this full glossary as a wordbook in PDF format.