from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Relating to, occurring, used, or performed beneath the surface of water.
- adj. Nautical Below the water line of a vessel.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. beneath the surface of the water, or of or pertaining to the region beneath the water surface
- adj. beneath the water line of a vessel
- adj. having negative equity; owing more on an asset than its market value
- n. underlying water or body of water, for example in an aquifer or the deep ocean
- n. A type of lure which lies beneath the water surface.
- v. to water or irrigate insufficiently
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. growing or remaining under water
- adj. beneath the surface of the water
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Sora, one of the boys who has the ability to survive underwater, is missing from the hospital.
But, when you add in underwater work, heavy CGI work and wire work, it becomes extraordinarily complicated.
It was a tall round shape made of smooth glass, and it was tied with a fishing line, Orphan discovered, to a rusting hook that protruded underwater from the side of the embankment.
Why hasn't the Obama administration supported legislation that would give bankruptcy judges the power to reduce the principal of a mortgage or at the very least, allow the mortgage in question to be reduced to an amount that approximates current values, so that properties described as "underwater" -- worth less than the mortgage -- would be retained by current owners?
The twin underwater tunnels were finished last week.
I have included a number of underwater photographs so you can see how amazing being underwater is – any scuba diving authors, please drop a comment and say hello!
(SEALS are Navy commandos with expertise in underwater demolition.)
Archaeological news usually doesn't impress people unless a new tomb or underwater is found.
Now, a research team led by Chang Liu at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has built an artificial lateral line that can provide the same functions in underwater vehicles.
He also had the advantage of being Australian, which to American audiences puts you in the category of least-foreign foreigner: Australia, as Ishmael says in a book about another famous hunter who came a cropper underwater, is “that great America on the other side of the sphere.”