under-current[ uhn-der-kur-uh nt, -kuhr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF under-current
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Perhaps by some under-current she had been drawn away from the reefs.
But he had no conception of any under-current of feeling in Margaret Adair.
This under-current is warm, while the upper-current is cold.
Yet was the under-current of hope so persistent that at times it was near faith.
Mixed with the fury of fight there was an under-current of fun.
There was ever an under-current of disappointment, which rendered all my exertions nugatory.
He was not a man to suspect the under-current of a stream, smooth on the surface.
These details give some insight into the under-current of city life.
The engines chiefly, with an under-current of “other things.”
He reviewed the events of the day and their under-current of intrigue.