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undershot

(ŭn′dər-shŏt′)
adj. (ŭn′dər-shŏt′)
Having the lower jaw or teeth projecting beyond the upper; underhung.
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The phrases "undershot" and "overshot" refer to the positions of the upper and lower jaws, particularly in dogs and horses.
Flight 1115 from Dallas-Forth Worth undershot the runway by 1000ft according to officials but managed to land safely on a paved area short of the runway and taxi normally to its gate.
Although the growth slightly undershot the average market projection, the numbers of nonfarm jobs added in November and December were revised sharply upward.
Watercolour of an undershot mill at Trefriw, near Llanrwst, by David Cox Jr (1783-1859)
Telecoms group Cable & Wireless slid 2.5p to 97.75p after full year core earnings undershot analyst forecasts.
June existing home sales report undershot estimates with a -1.7% June home sales drop to a 5.27 M pace.
1 Boeing 777 undershot runway on approach 2 Where it came to rest as inferno raged
manufacturing data for July undershot market forecasts amid persistent worries about the course of the world's largest economy.
The drop in the Consumer Prices Index means inflation has undershot the Government's new target of 2pc in every month since May 1998 and is at its lowest since the 1.1pc last June.
During the 36 months that Mr Wadhwani has served on the committee, inflation has consistently undershot and only twice risen above it.
Jobs Data Will Fuel Market Fear: the jobs report undershot expectations across the board, with a lean 75k May payroll gain after 75k in downward revisions, and weakness in both the goods and services components.