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Adjective: undershot  'ún-du(r),shót
  1. Having a lower part projecting beyond the upper
    "undershot bulldog";
    - underhung, underslung
Verb: undershoot (undershot)  ,ún-du(r)'shoot
  1. Fall short of (the runway) in a landing
    "The plane undershot the runway"
  2. Shoot short of or below (a target)

See also: protrusive

Type of: land, miss, set down

Antonym: overshoot

Encyclopedia: Undershot