under water

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Prepositional phrase[edit]

under water

  1. (as predicate adjective or adverb) Alternative form of underwater.
    • 2006, Gael Turnbull, There are Words: Collected Poems[1], Shearsman Books, →ISBN, →OCLC, page 167:
      Learning to Breathe I've been learning to breathe under water . Don't laugh . The flood level has already risen overhead and is still rising . It doesn't leave much time . Of course , I'm not the only one to be submerged. []