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Undergird definition is - to make secure underneath. How to use ... See the full definition for undergird in the English Language Learners Dictionary. More from ...

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12 synonyms of undergird from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 3 related words, ... See words that rhyme with undergird Dictionary: Definition of undergird  ...

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Undergird definition, to strengthen; secure, as by passing a rope or chain under and around: to undergird a top-heavy load. See more.

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He mines the vocal ensemble Roomful of Teeth for close harmonies, undergirding their singing with a wan wash of strings, the barest touch of propulsion.

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Definition of undergird - secure or fasten from the underside, especially by a rope or chain passed underneath.

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undergird meaning: to support something by forming a strong base for it: . Learn more.

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Define undergird. undergird synonyms, undergird pronunciation, undergird translation, English dictionary definition of undergird. tr.v. un·der·gird·ed or un·der ·girt ...

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Undergird definition: to strengthen or reinforce by passing a rope, cable , or chain around the underside of... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and ...

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undergird definition: transitive verb -·gird′ed or -·girt′, -·gird′ing 1. to gird, strengthen, or brace from the bottom side 2. to supply support or a strong basis for...