underanged

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Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ deranged

Adjective[edit]

underanged (comparative more underanged, superlative most underanged)

  1. Not deranged or disrupted.
    • 1865, William Kirby, William Spence, An introduction to entomology (page 473)
      The wings of many male butterflies, hawk-moths, and moths, are distinguished by a remarkable apparatus [] for keeping them steady and underanged in their flight.

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