underreach

underreach

a gait defect at the trot; the toe of the foreshoe strikes and wears away the front of the hind hoof on the same side.
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Today's Iraq is a manifestation of the dangers of American overreach, followed by an equally absurd underreach.
For example, it's quite easy for the organization to underreach in service pricing and philanthropy efforts and, as a consequence, allow the plant and other tangible assets to gradually decay into faded elegance.
Could he really think that the problem with the SEC was overreach and not, as we have seen, the underreach that permitted his pals at Enron and elsewhere to get away with fleecing the average investor.