verb (used with or without object)
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OTHER WORDS FROM underperformun·der·per·for·mance, noun
Example sentences from the Web for underperform
Critics called it “corporate reform” because it used methods more common in business than in civic institutions, such as using big data, closing schools that underperformed, and eliminating or weakening of teacher tenure and seniority rights.The telling things Barack Obama wrote — and didn’t mention — about his education policies in new memoir|Valerie Strauss|December 2, 2020|Washington Post
Meanwhile, consumer discretionary, health care and IT are underperforming, at or near the bottom of the pack.Resurgent airlines, energy and bank stocks lead the way as the vaccine rally intensifies|Bernhard Warner|November 24, 2020|Fortune
As I detailed earlier this week, fund managers see Bitcoin underperforming the S&P 500, gold and oil next year.The great disconnect: Big cash is surging into the markets, and yet COVID is socking stocks|Bernhard Warner|November 20, 2020|Fortune
Investors in the oil-and-gas industry want companies to get greener, and they're losing faith that the sector, which is underperforming broader market indices, is a good long-term bet, per a new Boston Consulting Group survey of investors.What investors think about the future of fossil fuels|Ben Geman|October 16, 2020|Axios
A nation that’s underperforming not simply on matters of policy but on matters of character.
Over-optimistic forecasts, coupled with underperformance, have long been a GM bugaboo.