subaqueous

[suhb-ey-kwee-uhs, -ak-wee-]
adjective
1.
existing or situated under water; underwater.
2.
occurring or performed under water.
3.
used under water.

Origin:
1670–80; sub- + aqueous

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subaqueous (sʌbˈeɪkwɪəs, -ˈækwɪ-)
 
adj
occurring, appearing, formed, or used under water

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subaqueous   (sŭb-ā'kwē-əs)  Pronunciation Key 
  1. Found or occurring underwater.

  2. Formed or adapted for underwater use or operation.


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Example sentences
Of the set of five wall switches, one alone was operational, producing a thin subaqueous light.
The room, which had descended into a subaqueous silence emanating from the corpse, is now fiercely active.
They point both downward and upward, with the descending hands meeting to form the shape of a skull in a subaqueous twilight.
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