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They look dark green in 2001, light green in 2005, as the sea grew shallower, and this year they are all but gone.

“Megalodon fossils appear in shallower marine sediments,” Balk said.

Hertli also is considering creating lower-price items for those with shallower pockets but gilded aspirations.

Using fictional characters, Brooks describes a generation that has “a sense that they are shallower than they need to be.”

The cumulative effect, he argues, is to make the counterculture seem shallower than it actually was.

The swirl of the current swept him into the shallower stream below.

It may be crossed either close to the sea-shore, or at a shallower spot not far distant.

And the waters which gush forth are increasing in volume; the stream does not become shallower but deepens in its flow.

Here she let go and slowly shoved her foot ahead of her until she felt the water getting shallower as she proceeded toward shore.

Our tacks suddenly began to grow longer, and the depths, which I registered, shallower.


On this page you'll find 70 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to shallower, such as: flat, trivial, empty, hollow, shelf, and slight.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.