Formed or adapted for underwater use or operation; submarine.(adjective)
Found or occurring underwater: subaqueous organisms; subaqueous rocks. (adjective)
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Use "subaqueous" in a sentence
""I leave them that way because it reminds me of my father," he says while we wend our way through levels of interior spaces suffused with a subaqueous light that filters through the Maison's famous glass-brick facade and spreads across the ivory rubberized floor."
"It lurks in some subaqueous place in my brain: My mother grabbing my arm and squeezing hard, trying to pull me away from the front door."
"Have you heard about the bill about subaqueous land?"