Because of its brilliant white color, you don't see a dividing line between the hull and superstructure.
A large metal sign permanently affixed to the superstructure reminded us that we were on the “Sagamore Bridge, 1933-1935.”
And the materials of which the superstructure was made were as bad as they well could be.
We were standing back against the 316 wall of the superstructure.
The new nation certainly was English in its foundation, whatever may be said of its superstructure.
It is this basis of insincerity which reveals itself throughout the superstructure.
When Wren built his church he used these arches of the old churches to support his own superstructure.
The solidity was all in the superstructure; the fluctuation had been all in the foundations.
The foundation and the superstructure of the government is bad.
His superstructure indeed is demonstration, but his ground is faith.
superstructure su·per·struc·ture (sōō'pər-strŭk'chər)
A structure above the surface.