underendowed

underendowed

[uhn-der-en-doud]
adjective
1.
(of a school, hospital, or other institution) lacking sufficient income from an endowment.
2.
lacking certain desirable traits, faculties, or the like: Nobody ever accused him of being underendowed with ambition.

Origin:
under- + endow + -ed2

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