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."