Recent Examples of underfinanced from the Web
The two restrictor-plate tracks mean the underfinanced cars have a chance to run up front.
The city’s public housing has been underfinanced for years, and many buildings have aging boilers prone to breaking down.
The Democratic National Committee — in debt and underfinanced a year ago — has poured nearly $30 million into these key states through the beginning of September.
On the contrary, the national election system is a hodgepodge of outdated voting machines, underfinanced election offices and voter registration lists riddled with errors and insufficiently groomed to remove the dead and people who have moved away.
Under a 2007 law, VEB’s mandate was to lend to important but underfinanced sectors of the Russian economy, including infrastructure and businesses that help diversify the economy beyond oil dependence.
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