"Don't underestimate the wile of this person," he cautioned.
Gentleman, do not underestimate me.
"Never underestimate a scorned woman," Fred said.
Do not underestimate our abilities.
Do not underestimate me, Watcher.
"You underestimate my ability to protect these liabilities, as you call them," he said, irritated with her words.
The result, if considered alone, inevitably leads to an underestimate of the average amplitude of the regular diurnal variation.
Possibly Thucydides, who in the passage referred to is dealing with the question of defence, included a portion of the contiguous long walls in his measurement; this explanation derives probability from his underestimate of the length of the long walls.
The knowledge of law shown in the plays is very much what a universal observer must have picked up. Lawyers always underestimate the legal knowledge of an intelligent layman.
Yoritomo, the founder of feudalism at the close of the 12th century, was too great a statesman to underestimate the value of roads and posts.
The topics usually contained in a census suffered from the great addition of other and less pertinent matter, and the reputation of the work was unfavourably affected by the length of time required to prepare and publish the volumes (the last ones not appearing until near the end of the decade), the original underestimate of the cost of the work, which made frequent supplementary appropriations necessary, the resignation of the superintendent, Francis A.
Both authors underestimate the distance from Mycenae, which is about 25 stadia, or a little more than 3 m., while the distance from Argos is 45 stadia, or a little more than 5 m.
There was, in fact, a tendency to underestimate the amount of time necessary for the transference of troops from one position to another.
The production in 1870 was 5800 tons; in 1880, 14,748 tons (probably an underestimate); in 1890, 318,159 tons; in 1900, 1,147,027 tons; in 1903, 1,681,409 tons; in 1907, 1,947,607 tons (the maximum); and in 1908, 1,846,792 tons.