- to report as less or fewer than is correct: to underreport the enemy's strength.
Origin of underreport
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Examples from the Web for underreported
Attacks are underreported and surveys often depend on what questions were asked and who responded.
One reason, studies show, is sexual assault and rapes are underreported.
Speaker John Boehner addressed this in an underreported but excellent speech at the American Enterprise Institute on September 19.What the GOP Will Do If It Wins Congress
October 3, 2014
Likewise, voters are split by party as to whether sexual harassment is overreported or underreported.Exclusive Poll: Joe Paterno Should Have Called the Police
November 14, 2011
An underreported part of the Iranian protests is that women are leading the way.Iran's Women's Revolution
June 17, 2009