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EtymologyEdit

under- +‎ full house

NounEdit

underfull (plural underfulls)

  1. (poker) A full house that is beaten by someone else's full house.
    • 2008, Jeff Hwang, Pot-Limit Omaha Poker: The Big Play Strategy, Kensington Publishing Corp., →ISBN, page 5:
      [] let's say the flop comes 9-9-8, with the open pair on top. One player has J-T-9-8 for the overfull—9s full of 8s for the nut full house—while another player has 8-8-7-6 for 8s full of 9s and the "underfull". The player with the underfull is both getting smashed and drawing dead.

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EtymologyEdit

under +‎ -full, partially from German wundervoll; cognate with English wonderful

AdjectiveEdit

underfull (neuter singular underfullt, definite singular and plural underfulle)

  1. supernatural, miraculous
  2. awe-inspiring, wondrous, wonderful

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