subterraneous (not comparable)

  1. subterranean#English|Subterranean.
    • 1764, Horace Walpole, The Castle of Otranto, I:
      [S]he recollected a subterraneous passage which led from the vaults of the castle to the church of saint Nicholas.
    • 1851, Herman Melville, Moby-Dick, Boston 1892 (8th impression, February 1922), OCLC 237074 ↗, page 527 ↗:
      A low rumbling sound was heard; a subterraneous hum; and then all held their breaths; as bedraggled with trailing ropes, and harpoons, and lances, a vast form shot lengthwise, but obliquely from the sea.

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