I saw Mitt Romney kissing Santa Claus, underneath the mistletoe last night.
underneath, however, lies the permanently molten lava of Scottish memory and its sense of English repression.
Tolokonnikova said that, underneath her dress, she still had red lines from whip marks on her arms and back.
Sweat poured from underneath his helmet and down the thin points of his sandy blond hair.
Khan looks youthful—even at 29, she seems like a teen—peeking out from underneath chunky bangs and wrinkling her button nose.
And yet, as is well known, many considerable streams and rivers flow out from underneath the inland-ice all the year round.
Wiglaf stabs the dragon from underneath, and Bewulf cuts it in two with his dagger.
In the galleries are represented several boats crews fighting; while underneath are fishes disputing for the bodies of the slain.
The men were working at the breast of it, some underneath, some on top.
At that time there was only one solitary house built on high posts, with plenty of room to walk about underneath.