Definition of Subterraneously. Meaning of Subterraneously. Synonyms of Subterraneously

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Definition of Subterraneously

Subterraneously
Subterranean Sub`ter*ra"ne*an, Subterraneous Sub`ter*ra"ne*ous, a. [L. subterraneus; sub under + terra earth. See Terrace.] Being or lying under the surface of the earth; situated within the earth, or under ground; as, subterranean springs; a subterraneous passage. -- Sub`ter*ra"ne*ous*ly, adv.

Meaning of Subterraneously from wikipedia

- Another part of the water comes from the Lake „Langsee“, which seeps subterraneously into the Litz. In the course of time the river created the „Silver...
- as the water flows subterraneously through the Karst rocks. Several of the tributary brooks in that valley also flow subterraneously for some parts of...
- based on desiccants (chemicals which remove moisture from the air) and subterraneous pipes that can distribute the heated refrigerant to the ground for cooling...
- Anniversary Edition). In January 2000 Lo created Subterraneous Records. A year later, Subterraneous Records released WaterWorld Too, a compilation featuring...
- for a "real album"; Masters of the Universe. Binary Star switched to Subterraneous Records and released Masters of the Universe. This album was essentially...
- Roman word usage Eridanos (Athens), a former river near Athens, now subterraneous Eridanos (geology), a former large river that flowed between forty million...
- Typhlichthys subterraneus, the southern cavefish, is a species of cavefish in the Amblyopsidae family endemic to karst regions of the eastern United States...
- with fiends, incomprehensible characters, with shrieks, murders, and subterraneous dungeons, the public will learn, by the multitude of the manufacturers...
- It was named after the Gladbach, a narrow brook, that mostly runs subterraneously today. The abbey and adjoining villages became a town in the 14th century...
- different strata, and the liquid water could have been stored in these subterraneous places, forming large aquifers with deposits of saline liquid water...
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