subaquatic

[suhb-uh-kwat-ik, -uh-kwot-]
adjective
1.
living or growing partly on land, partly in water.
2.
under water.

Origin:
1780–90; sub- + aquatic

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subaquatic (ˌsʌbəˈkwætɪk, -ˈkwɒt-)
 
adj
1.  living or growing partly in water and partly on land
2.  of or relating to conditions, existence, or activities under water

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Example sentences
Only the richest subaquatic species will be able to afford to live in the center of the city.
Multiple days spent continuously in offshore areas and inland bays, presumably feeding on subaquatic vegetation and resting.
The dredging may have compromised the subaquatic base of the marsh causing accelerated subsidence.
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