undercurrent[ uhn-der-kur-uh nt, -kuhr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF undercurrent
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And the undercurrent of suppressed excitement, the sensation of Her!
It seems to me that you're running a sort of undercurrent in my thoughts all day long.
Then, from an undercurrent of exhilaration, it occurred to her that she had never laughed so in all these years.
As it was, there ran through the town an undercurrent of puzzled suspicion.
But subconsciously there ran an undercurrent of dread insecurity.
But through all his dismay ran an undercurrent of puzzled wonderment.
"Oh, I'm sorry," said Peter, aware of the undercurrent of sadness in her voice.
The air was filled with mystery and an undercurrent of excitement that day.
There was an undercurrent of nervousness, discernible only to her eyes.
Bettina glanced from one to the other, conscious of some undercurrent of feeling which she did not share.