The noose around his neck is attached, aboveground, to a flying white bat.
The body lay in an aboveground marble sarcophagus guarded by no groundskeepers or watchmen, just one lonely padlock.
aboveground his crudities of manner might be repellent; here he was in his native element, shrewd, practical and zealous.
The underground railroad preceded the aboveground railroad in the history of the great American conflict.
There was a chain-link gate at the side of the house, and in the back an aboveground pool.
But he negotiated it successfully, and in another moment he was aboveground and free.