Word:

Underact

Un`der`act´
v. t.1.To perform inefficiently, as a play; to act feebly.
Verb1.underact - act (a role) with great restraint
Synonyms: underplay
Antonyms:
ham, ham it up, overact, overplay - exaggerate one's acting
act, dramatic art, dramatics, dramaturgy, ham, ham it up, overact, overplay, play, playact, roleplay, theater, theatre, underplay
Browse
under the wire
Under water
under way
under wraps
Under yard
Under-age
Under-arm
Under-garment
Under-sheriff
Under-tenant
under-the-counter
under-the-table
Under-tutor
underachieve
underachievement
underachiever
-- Underact --
Underaction
underactive
Underactor
underage
Underagent
Underaid
underarm
Underback
Underbear
Underbearer
Underbelly
Underbid
Underbind
Underboard
underbodice
underbody
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