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below ground

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in hiding

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subterranean

avant-garde

the underground: the tube

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the underground: the Resistance

Synonyms for underground

located or operating beneath the earth's surface

a clandestine organization of freedom fighters in an oppressed land

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a secret group organized to overthrow a government or occupation force

an electric railway operating below the surface of the ground (usually in a city)

under the level of the ground

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conducted with or marked by hidden aims or methods

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For more than 40 years, cable in new residential developments, commercial complexes, educational and government campuses and other facilities have been placed underground.
For the first time, Congress set strict standards for maintaining equipment and supplying fresh air to miners, required inspections of underground mines four times a year, and established mandatory fines for all violations.
Another important development is the deepening of the Hoyle Pond underground mine.
The contaminated underground water is not used for drinking.
According to Breslin, "Fulton Street is the ideal location for Underground Station's first street store.
The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, which opened in August 2004 in Cincinnati, Ohio, on the northern bank of the Ohio River, serves as a beacon, an emotional lighthouse for a time in the United States' history where ownership of human chattel was legalized.
That bull's-eye marks the spot where five underground nuclear tests--including a March 1992 blast codenamed Junction--took place.
Weather Underground founder Bill Ayers, in his 2001 memoir Fugitive Days, admits that the bomb would have done "some serious work beyond the blast, tearing through windows and walls and, yes, people too.
At its simplest, the American underground is where economic activities remain off the books, where they are unrecorded, unreported, and in violation of the law," Schlosser writes.
Sunspot: That's one of my new underground albums I'm putting out.
He worked in seven different underground mines primarily on the Navajo Reservation.
It has not been possible to determine the exact circumstances of his death, but many underground Catholics believe that he was pushed out of a window.
The laws governing underground storage tanks (USTs) are complicated.
The oldest metro system in the world, London Underground first opened in 1863, with steam trains running along four miles of track between Paddington and Farringdon Street.
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