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Definition of "subterrene" [sub•ter•rene]

  • Underground, subterranean (adjective)

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Use "subterrene" in a sentence
  • "But don't be surprised, you who will be guarding them at their subterrene caviar and quails-in-aspic, if they have you eating each other, the better to control you and keep you on your toes and the edge on your murderous 'competitive spirit'."
  • "The restaurant, with its acre of tables, glassed and naperied; the ranges of telephone booths, all going it together; the cellars, a vast subterrene, with dusky avenues of lockers, each cluttered with beverages of individual predilection -- though I suppose that, after all, they were a good deal alike ...."
  • "She floated down the steps and found herself in a big subterrene room with walls tiled like those of the hotel bathroom."