EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BENEATH
He crumpled the poster and inserted it beneath the lid of his iron stove.
Beneath were the illustrious dead; around were the illustrious living.
Beneath the car of this Juggernaut we must flout our judgments and crush our affections.
So far as he could determine, she: had not even sunk once beneath the surface.
Just beneath where she sat two men were having a most energetic duel of words.
Beneath them the sword blades of the tribesmen glinted in the sunlight.
The only miss is beneath, and that is clear, as the heart is low in the body.
I returned stoutly; for I had, of course, sunk the Isthmus of Panama beneath the sea.
"A thousand pardons, Monsieur—" he cried from beneath his shelter, as he read my face.
The proposal as to slippers was disregarded as beneath his notice.
Old English beneoðan "beneath, under, below," from be- "by" + neoðan "below," originally "from below," from Proto-Germanic *niþar "lower, farther down, down" (see nether). Meaning "unworthy of" is attested from 1849 (purists prefer below in this sense). "The be- gave or emphasized the notion of 'where,' excluding that of 'whence' pertaining to the simple niðan" [OED].