undersupply

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noun un·der·sup·ply \ˌən-dər-sə-ˈplī\

Definition of undersupply

  1. :  an inadequate supply

Examples of undersupply in a sentence

  1. <an undersupply of nutritious foods at the party>

1840

First Known Use of undersupply

1840



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