Synonyms for under-surface

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Antonyms for under-surface

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It was dark as the pits of Ganymede or the under-surface laboratories of Pluto.

There was the swirl of brown water that marked its under-surface progress.

Pass your hand across the under-surface, and it is prickly and rough.

This may apply also to the case in which the under-surface only is spongy and soft.

I raised it, so that the surgeon could look at the under-surface of the leg.

On no account should the under-surface be gummed all over and the whole stamp stuck down to the page of the hook.

When first hatched out the young fish have a large translucent protuberance on the under-surface.

He then rubs the under-surface, with the result that undesirable matter falls into the strained latex.

To this family belong the Ash trees, so called on account of the appearance of the under-surface of their leaves.

The foreglow began to brighten the under-surface of the stratus-cloud with orange, and patches of white mist filled the hollows.