“Megalodon fossils appear in shallower marine sediments,” Balk said.
Using fictional characters, Brooks describes a generation that has “a sense that they are shallower than they need to be.”
Hertli also is considering creating lower-price items for those with shallower pockets but gilded aspirations.
These drifters are of lighter draught than the trawlers, and so can be employed in shallower waters.
He hurried along the edge, looking for a shallower place, but found none.
Marquetry in a shallower form was also extensively used in the latter part of the 18th century.
The swirl of the current swept him into the shallower stream below.
Minor growth-rings occur between major rings and are shallower.
shallower men than he had gone out as ministers of the great Republic.
This was probably, at one time, when the river was wider and shallower, a ford for passengers and cattle.
c.1400, schalowe "not deep," probably from or related to Old English sceald (see shoal (n.)). Of breathing, attested from 1875; of thought or feeling, "superficial," first recorded 1580s. The noun, usually shallows, is first recorded 1570s, from the adjective.