undersea

[ UK /ˌʌndəsˈiː/ ]
[ US /ˌəndɝˈsi/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. beneath the surface of the sea
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How To Use undersea In A Sentence

  • When repainted it was undersealed as well and all rubbers replaced.
  • Telephone companies first employed satellites to connect calls where there were no undersea cables.
  • Opened in 1994, the Channel Tunnel is the longest undersea subway in the world. Breaking News - The Post Chronicle
  • The leaders discussed jointly exploring for undersea resources in the Gulf of Tonkin, known in China as the Beibu Gulf.
  • Whilst this was happening Catherine and I were trying to clean and paint the underneath of the car, which seemed to take forever as a previous owner had undersealed the car.
  • The most likely place for it to occur, he believes, is at miniature undersea volcanoes called hydrothermal vents, where the ingredients and conditions are just right for energy-harnessing chemical machinery to develop. Is Life Inevitable? - The Panda's Thumb
  • Imagine the limpet is the antelope of the undersea Serengeti, grazing majestically on algae," he intones, bouncing the shell along. Thestar.com - Home Page
  • In addition, an outage in the undersea cable to Ireland means that less power will be exported. Times, Sunday Times
  • The ancient sponges provided much of the backbone of the undersea reef structures.
  • The system is designed to enable the rapid and/or accurate assimilation of complex information in the undersea battle space.
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