[adjective uhn-der-sahynd, uhn-der-sahynd; noun uhn-der-sahynd]
- being the one or ones whose signature appears at the end of a letter or document: All of the undersigned persons are bound by the contract.
- signed at the bottom or end of, as a writing: The undersigned names guarantee the good faith of the statement.
- the undersigned, the person or persons signing a letter or document.
Origin of undersigned
- to sign one's name under or at the end of (a letter or document); affix one's signature to.
Origin of undersign
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Examples from the Web for undersigned
We, the undersigned, hoped you would take serious and practical measures to fulfill your promises.Iran Journalists to Rouhani: Stop Lying!
October 3, 2014
From which virtuous and venomous opinion the undersigned begs to differ.
Further information may be obtained by writing to the undersigned.
The undersigned dissent from the report of the majority of the committee.
The undersigned have all near relations serving with the colors.
Each of the undersigned is ready to sacrifice for your Majesty his fortune and his life.Lola Montez
Edmund B. d'Auvergne
- the undersigned the person or persons who have signed at the foot of a document, statement, etc
- having signed one's name at the foot of a document, statement, etc
- (of a document) signed at the foot
- signed at the foot of a document
Word Origin and History for undersigned
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper