shallowly

[ UK /ʃˈælə‍ʊli/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in a shallow manner
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How To Use shallowly In A Sentence

  • It has shallowly lobed leaves and sub-globose or ellipsoid orange-red fruits to 6 cm long. Chapter 7
  • He was breathing shallowly.
  • It has a shallowly forked tail and a slight crest that gives the head a squared-off look.
  • The shallowly to moderately SW- or NE-plunging, generally SE-verging whaleback folds curve about a steeply plunging, down-dip direction.
  • For shallowly buried plastic landmines, ground bounce removal is a very challenging problem.
  • Albite porphyroblasts and associated greenschist-facies fabrics are folded by crenulations related to late-stage east-trending folds, lineations associated with which plunge shallowly towards east or west.
  • Recent studies proposed that the Cretan detachment is a shallowly north-dipping normal fault, which formed subparallel to the subjacent subduction thrust in the Early Miocene.
  • He lay there unconscious, breathing shallowly .
  • (rarely 5-nerved also); _palea_ is present, and it is hyaline, shorter than the glume, truncate or shallowly retuse, usually barren but occasionally with three stamens. A Handbook of Some South Indian Grasses
  • But this living human of oneself, color paint down because more than a yearses, unexpectedly tin not compare with his heart bottom leftovers remaining write quite shallowly a put on defective track.
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