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  • Info Underwater is the realm below the surface of water where the water exists in a natural feature (called a body of water) such as an ocean, sea, lake, pond, or river. more...
  • One hand leaves the wall to be moved to the front underwater.
  • Some area residents claim that some homes and buildings are still underwater today in the lake.
  • It roots underwater, but most of its leaves are above the water surface.
  • They take the children underwater, where they adopt them as their own.
  • Together they swim along the ocean floor toward what appears to be an underwater kingdom.
  • The shape of the underwater portion can be difficult to judge by looking at the portion above the surface.
  • Underwater plant includes all telecommunications equipment located beneath the surface of a body of water.
  • A final problem is the lower level of light underwater.
  • They are designed for life-saving both at the surface and underwater.
  • Though he could not yet swim well, this allowed him to stay underwater for extended periods.
  • In the latter, the ground continues to drop underwater to a depth of below sea level.
  • White objects at the surface appear bluish underwater, and red objects appear dark, even black.
  • Some species have underwater flowers, while others have long stems to allow the flowers to reach the surface.
  • They break through the crust underwater, leaving them on the ocean floor without power and communications.
  • The eyes are adapted for seeing underwater and have only local vision.
  • This gave these boats great underwater range, and dramatically reduced the time spent on or near the surface.
  • The arms alternate so that always one arm is underwater while the other arm is recovering.
  • When not used underwater, they are sometimes called industrial breathing sets.
  • Each break is different, since each location's underwater topography is unique.
  • The threat from these underwater weapons to his capital ships was too serious for him to use the fleet in an active way.
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Synonyms of underwater