Examples of underpinning in a Sentence
the underpinnings of the theory have recently been called into question
the underpinnings of the bridge were seriously damaged in the collision
Recent Examples of underpinning from the Web
But, also like in Climategate, the collapse of the factual underpinnings beneath the conservatives’ claims left no impression on them whatsoever.
The economic underpinnings continue to be favorable for stocks, even if interest rates keep edging up, but the stock market was poised for a pullback in prices, analysts said.
Though the era’s liberating ethos had the same complicated underpinnings as the origins of animal print in fashion, Aimée Wilder’s playful pattern features a cheetah face peering back at you ($180 per roll).
Critics also contrast this with Israel’s Law of Return, one of the underpinnings of Israel’s existence which grants citizenship to Jews no matter where they are born.
Speakers examine King’s moral, theological and philosophical underpinnings.
The anticipated dynasty was illusory because of injuries and shaky underpinnings.
Each piece possesses a strong rock and off-kilter funk underpinning fueled by interlocking guitar patterns and Sudderberg’s serious drive.
Certainly, the Civil War underpinnings of the fight are underexplored, although less so, now.
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