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Definition of "subaquatic" [sub•a•quat•ic]

  • Located or living under water; submarine. (adjective)

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Use "subaquatic" in a sentence
  • "The most outr é entry of all, however, is the one on things " subaquatic, " which includes a delirious description of Salvador Dal í ' s deranged installation at the New York World ' s Fair in 1939."
  • "I think of this story as science fiction because it takes place on a colony station on an alien moon and one of the characters is a "mermaid," that is, a person genetically enhanced to work in the colony's subaquatic farms."
  • "They are headed for the jungles and mountains, the beaches and subaquatic cities, the volcanoes and ziggurats, the deserts, caverns, lost temples, and spires… of Delaware."
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