bottom[ bot-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF bottom
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOTTOM
Presently Percival found himself again at the bottom of the shaft.
It seemed like one risen from the dead, for he supposed him lying at the bottom of the sea.
Had the dead come back from the bottom of the sea to expose him?
He thought I was at the bottom of the sea, and the receipt with me.
The bucket is perforated at the bottom, and being elevated, the oil drains off.
Viviette had told Austin the thing that glowed sacred at the bottom of his soul.
He sounded that pool with a long branch and found no bottom.
She was lying at the bottom of her white-curtained nursery cot.
The banks of the watercourse were steep, the bottom was sandy.
In the bottom of the pan is a rack upon which the meat may rest.