It is underlain by an unrealized wealth that may never be brought to light.
They are underlain by rounded bosses of especially resistant rock.
By far the larger portion of the surface of the continent is underlain by them.
He felt what had underlain the words, and it was a hard blow to him.
Each coal seam is underlain by a bed of clay called "under-clay," containing the roots of the plants that grew on it.
He had seen too much of human misery to be habitually jocose, and his whole nature was underlain by a groundwork of melancholy.
Its remarkable success has been due solely to the unselfish spirit of service which has underlain it.
The tenderness which has underlain even John's remonstrances culminates in his closing words.
The quiet, inassailable knowledge of this truth had underlain Tanqueray's most irritable utterances.
Less than 500 square miles are there underlain by workable anthracite coal.