Under an assumed name Verdi got occasional work as an underling in one of the theaters, and also played the piano at a restaurant.
For a long minute, Morton stared on at his underling whom he had betrayed.
Now the child born last was the son of obscure parents, the father being an underling secretary of the Prince, known as Liszt.
Clever he was certainly and no underling, as they had gathered from de Lestis.
A medieval underling writing to his superior often signs himself "your servant and bedesman."
But I list not to defend poesy with the help of his underling historiographer.
And you, underling of your thievish masters—you, King's official!
As an underling he did his work well and gained the commendation of his superiors.
Eugene felt in a way as though he were talking to an underling, and did not pay very definite attention to him.
Finally, in one he caught a glimpse of a skulking figure, some underling, who had evidently returned to steal.