Definitions for underbear

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  1. underbear(Verb)

    To support, endure.

  2. underbear(Verb)

    To line, guard or face a material, especially cloth.

    cloth of gold underborne with blue tinsel u2015 Shakespeare.

  3. Origin: From underberen, from underberan, equivalent to under- + beran. More at under-, bear.

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  1. Underbear(verb)

    to support; to endure

  2. Underbear(verb)

    to line; to guard; to face; as, cloth of gold underborne with blue tinsel

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