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Underneath

Un`der`neath´
adv.1.Beneath; below; in a lower place; under; as, a channel underneath the soil.
Or sullen mole, that runneth underneath.
- Milton.
prep.1.Under; beneath; below.
Underneath this stone lie
As much beauty as could die.
- B. Jonson.
Adv.1.underneath - on the lower or downward side; "a chest of drawers all scratched underneath"
2.underneath - lower down on the page; "diagrams with figures underneath"
3.underneath - beneath by way of support; "a house with a good foundation underneath"
4.underneath - under or below an object or a surface; "we could see the original painting underneath"
bed, bedrock, belly, below, beneath, bottom, bottom side, breech, buttocks, clandestine, covert, downside, fundament, furtive, hardpan, hole-and-corner, lower side, lowest layer, lowest level, neath, nether side, nethermost level, rock bottom, sole, stealthy, subordinate to, substratum, surreptitious, under, under-the-table, underbelly, undercover, underlayer, underside
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Undernet
Underniceness
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Underpay
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