undercard

noun
un·​der·​card | \ ˈən-dər-ˌkärd How to pronounce undercard (audio) \

Definition of undercard

: a program (as of boxing matches) supporting the featured match

Examples of undercard in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The pay-per-view card also includes a heavyweight matchup between Tai Tuivasa and former NFL player Greg Hardy, while the undercard is topped by welterweights Carlos Condit and Max Griffin. oregonlive, 10 July 2021 On the undercard of Ugás' victory at T-Mobile Arena, Robert Guerrero returned from a 23-month ring absence with a unanimous decision over fellow veteran Victor Ortiz, winning 96-94 on all three cards. Greg Beacham, ajc, 22 Aug. 2021 Once an undercard on the track and field schedule, the 400-meter hurdles is now one of the best races at the Olympics. Eddie Pells, ajc, 4 Aug. 2021 The pay-per-view card also includes a heavyweight matchup between Tai Tuivasa and former NFL player Greg Hardy, while the undercard is topped by welterweights Carlos Condit and Max Griffin. oregonlive, 10 July 2021 The pay-per-view card also includes a heavyweight matchup between Tai Tuivasa and former NFL player Greg Hardy, while the undercard is topped by welterweights Carlos Condit and Max Griffin. Greg Beacham, Star Tribune, 9 July 2021 Mando and his partners really know Milwaukee talent, booking some of the most successful Milwaukee rappers to fill out the undercard. Piet Levy, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 24 June 2021 Where Hard shines most, however, is in its undercard. Krystal Rodriguez, Billboard, 20 July 2021 There’s a really nice marathon during the Breeders’ Cup (on the undercard). Bill Center, San Diego Union-Tribune, 18 July 2021

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First Known Use of undercard

1926, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of undercard was in 1926

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5 Oct 2021

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“Undercard.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/undercard. Accessed 15 Oct. 2021.

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