The Review warned its readers that the Irish were taking jobs away from American workers and undercutting American wages.
Discounters are undercutting them everywhere: clothes, housewares, linens.
Congressional Democrats see him as anti-gay and anti-abortion, undercutting their support for him.
Within weeks of being chosen, an obviously frustrated Palin was undercutting McCain in public.
Rothschild's undercutting commentary arrives through counterpoint.
The consequence is that there is endless variety of design everywhere, and—wherever it was desired—any amount of undercutting.
Care must be taken to avoid sharp edges or any undercutting, if the seal is to free itself easily from the wax.
One very important detail in etching is to prevent "undercutting."
The undercutting is shown on the plan (fig. 3, area H) as a straight-edged unit.
He found where the bank sloped easily into the water, with no sharp drops and no undercutting.
late 14c., "to cut down or off," from under + cut (v.). In the commercial sense of "to sell at lower prices" (or work at lower wages) it is first attested 1884. Figurative sense of "render unstable, undermine" is recorded from 1955, from earlier literal meaning "cut so as to leave the upper portion larger than the lower" (1874).