under slung

underslung

[uhn-der-sluhng]
adjective
1.
suspended from an upper support, as the chassis of a vehicle from the axles.
2.
supported from above; placed or suspended below the source of support: Conestoga wagons with underslung bundles and kettles.
3.
more massive at the bottom than the top; squat: The high wings and large fuselage give the plane an underslung look.

Origin:
1900–05; under- + slung

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underslung (ˌʌndəˈslʌŋ)
 
adj
1.  suspended below a supporting member, esp (of a motor vehicle chassis) suspended below the axles
2.  having a low centre of gravity

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