low-lying

[ loh-lahy-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF low-lying
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOW-LYING

Low-lying alligator, evading the eyesight and discouraging hope!

He remembered that these huts of the gold-seekers were on the low-lying banks of the creek.

"It may be a low-lying cloud on the water-line of the horizon," Teddy added.

The Indiana made the low-lying atoll at last and lay-to outside.

To the right are low-lying pastures and marshes, with here and there a grazing cow.

The sun rose in the low-lying mists; it transfused them with crimson.

Astern, faint and indistinct, loomed the low-lying coast-line.

Suddenly it was found that this was the crop for low-lying Carolina.

The "Freshes" of the Delaware were the low-lying meadows along the river.

The climate of these low-lying coast plains was sultry and malarial.

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