[uhn-der-sur-vuh nt] /ˈʌn dərˌsɜr vənt/
a servant of inferior or subordinate rank.
verb (used with object), underserved, underserving. 1. to offer inadequate services or facilities to.
noun 1. a current of water below the surface and flowing in a direction contrary to the water on the surface. noun 1. an ocean undercurrent 2. an underlying vein of ore verb -sets, -setting, -set 3. (transitive) to support from underneath
adjective 1. having a weaker sexual drive than is considered usual or normal. adjective 1. having weaker sex urges or responses than is considered normal undersexed un·der·sexed (ŭn’dər-sěkst’) adj. Having less sexual desire or potency than what is regarded as normal.
noun 1. an official of a church charged with taking care of the edifice and its contents, ringing the bell, etc., and sometimes with burying the dead. 2. an official who maintains a synagogue and its religious articles, chants the designated portion of the Torah on prescribed days, and assists the cantor in conducting services […]