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Synonyms for shallow

measuring little from bottom to top or surface

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lacking in intellectual depth or thoroughness

a shallow part of a body of water

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a stretch of shallow water

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make shallow

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become shallow

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lacking physical depth

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not deep or strong

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lacking depth of intellect or knowledge

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But the Challenger Deep had about 25 percent more organic carbon in its sediments than shallower areas did.
The Pentagon is pressing for a so-called ''Nago-light'' option of building an airport on reclaimed land in shallower water within the reef alongside Camp Schwab, while the Japanese Defense Agency wants to construct the airport within the camp.
Our rescue ships are trying to lift and drag it towards shallower waters.
This low profile, multimetal clubhead is shallower and longer than average to reduce mishits.
Navy is currently preparing to raise the 499-ton Ehime Maru and move it to shallower waters for the search-and-salvage operation.
Niedermayr proposes a shallower version, as if Petrarch were now clad in trendy ski gear amid timeless mountains that are slowly becoming entertainment and investment opportunities indistinguishable from the mercantile lowlands below.
As your exercise capacity improves, you can move to shallower and shallower water levels.
We are continuing to develop our Eagle Ford position while adding horizontal completions in the shallower Austin Chalk, Olmos and Escondido formations.
These will also be investigated with the more detailed formation evaluation provided for with wireline logging along with the shallower Caley sandstone where the Company confirmed hydrocarbons previously.
Summer: Smallmouth bass were in shallower water at night (3 to 10 feet) and deeper during the day (6.
At the shallower site, those doses killed 20 percent and 80 percent of the animals, respectively.
They use a special water-cooled screw design that is unusual in having a shallower flight in the feed zone, followed by a deeper flight in the metering zone.
As if they understood that their groundbreaking footage wasn't quite exciting enough to fill out 43 minutes of running time, Low and company pad the piece with footage from other, obviously much shallower voyages and computer graphics.
But the batfish may squirm (it's a notoriously poor swimmer) into shallower water to breed.
Focusing on-this challenge, Skyline's engineers developed a modified DL-90 frame with a shallower depth.