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Undermining | Definition of Undermining at Dictionary.com
SEE SYNONYMS FOR undermine ON THESAURUS.COM verb (used with object), un·der·mined, un·der·min·ing. to injure or destroy by insidious activity or imperceptible stages, sometimes tending toward a sudden dramatic effect. to attack by indirect, secret, or underhand means; attempt to subvert by stealth.
Undermine | Definition of Undermine by Merriam-Webster
Undermine definition is - to subvert or weaken insidiously or secretly. How to use undermine in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of undermine.
Undermining - definition of undermining by The Free Dictionary
tr.v. un·der·mined, un·der·min·ing, un·der·mines 1. To weaken by wearing away a base or foundation: Water has undermined the stone foundations. 2.
UNDERMINING | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
undermining In English, many past and present participles of verbs can be used as adjectives. Some of these examples may show the adjective use. It is conceivable that, through their actions over time, interest groups concretize a particular identity thereby undermining strategic adoption of new identities.
Undermining Synonyms, Undermining Antonyms | Merriam ...
Synonyms & Antonyms of undermining (Entry 2 of 2) to make (someone or something) weaker or less effective usually in a secret or gradual way She tried to undermine my authority by complaining about me to my boss. The events of the past year have undermined people's confidence in the government.
Undermining Synonyms, Undermining Antonyms | Thesaurus.com
We can't bear the plotting and undermining that takes place. Yet, were I to show the least energy or activity in support of the King's authority, I should then be accused of undermining it. It is not science which is undermining the future of institutional religion. To tear away their present faith, is like undermining their existence.
Undermine | Definition of Undermine at Dictionary.com
SEE SYNONYMS FOR undermine ON THESAURUS.COM verb (used with object), un·der·mined, un·der·min·ing. to injure or destroy by insidious activity or imperceptible stages, sometimes tending toward a sudden dramatic effect. to attack by indirect, secret, or underhand means; attempt to subvert by stealth.
UNDERMINE | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
to gradually weaken or destroy someone or something: The incompetence and arrogance of the city’s administration have undermined public confidence in government. (Definition of undermine from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Undermine Synonyms, Undermine Antonyms | Thesaurus.com
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNDERMINE Such association is enough to undermine the morals of a saint, in a week or two. It is not in the power of events to undermine the felicity of the virtuous. Or, more probably, pity had not come in to undermine the foundations.
How to Deal With People Who Undermine Everything You Do
Behavior intended to hinder, over time, the ability to establish and maintain positive interpersonal relationships, work-related success, and favorable reputation. Basically, social undermining...