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undermeaning Line breaks: under|mean¦ing
Pronunciation: /ˈʌndəmiːnɪŋ/

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Definition of undermeaning in English:

noun

rare
A subtext or underlying message: we must continue to see an undermeaning in all this
More example sentences
  • The majority of tattoos have an undermeaning.
  • The song has simple lyrics with a broad and complex undermeaning.
  • I wonder what the undermeaning of his words is.

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