Nouns (4)

underreckoning, underrating, underestimation, underestimate
n. an estimation that is too low; an estimate that is less than the true or actual value

Verbs (6)

underrate, underestimate
v. make too low an estimate of; "he underestimated the work that went into the renovation"; "Don't underestimate the danger of such a raft trip on this river"
underestimate, lowball
v. make a deliberately low estimate; "The construction company wanted the contract badly and lowballed"
underestimate, undervalue
v. assign too low a value to; "Don't underestimate the value of this heirloom-you may sell it at a good price"

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Fuzzynyms (5)

cheapen, degrade
v. lower the grade of something; reduce its worth
deflate
v. become deflated or flaccid, as by losing air; "The balloons deflated"
devalue
v. lower the value or quality of; "The tear devalues the painting"
demoralize
v. confuse or put into disorder; "the boss's behavior demoralized everyone in the office"

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Antonyms (6)

overrate, overestimate
v. make too high an estimate of; "He overestimated his own powers"
overestimate, overvalue
v. assign too high a value to; "You are overestimating the value of your old car"
overestimate, overvalue
v. assign too high a value to; "You are overestimating the value of your old car"

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