underwater

[ uhn-der-waw-ter, -wot-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF underwater
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNDERWATER

The mud sucked at it and underwater roots caught on the vanes.

When they start shelling from underwater, the Soviets are sure going to be surprised.

Underwater it was much louder than when it had been received by the Esperance's microphone.

"Then we won't be able to see what goes on underwater," he told her.

After a long time the normal course of underwater life resumed.

And here we find some details of underwater life which are modern.

There was a whole network of corridors in this underwater world!

For underwater vision, an optical tube and a periscope had been provided.

There were no underwater obstacles, and the depth was great enough.

His voice sounded like he was underwater, but he could hear.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR UNDERWATER

submersed

adjectivesubmerged
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