below, is written ON and behind those letters is a Russian flag.
His wire-rimmed glasses rested just below the round birthmark that adorns his forehead.
The water level is expected to reach 48 feet, just below the 48.7-foot record set in 1937.
below is a list of locations where I resided from childhood to adulthood.
Still, he said, “you have a country where millions of people are living on the edge of poverty, if not below the edge.”
below is the view expressed by The Templar, itself, and also repeated by the Witness.
below, on the terrace, Viviette was walking, and she filled his universe.
Whether he imitated it by bowing above or below the bridge, he does not state.
She climbed on a high one and sat watching the sea as it sprayed just below.
My address in Paris is below: it is quicker, they tell me, than the Red Cross.
early 14c., biloogh, from be- "by, about" + logh, lou, lowe "low" (see low (adj.)). Apparently a variant of earlier a-lowe (influenced by other adverbs in be-, cf. before), the parallel form to an-high (now on high). Beneath was the usual word; below was very rare in Middle English and gained currency only in 16c. It is frequent in Shakespeare. As a preposition from 1570s. According to Fowler, below is the opposite of above and concerns difference of level and suggests comparison of independent things. Under is the opposite of over and is concerned with superposition and subjection and suggests some interrelation.