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  • noun Plural form of underside.


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  • Fry until the undersides are a deep golden brown and blistered, about 2 minutes.

    Daisy’s Holiday Cooking

  • The area had ancient charcoal drawings of horses on the undersides of overhanging ledges.

    Bird Cloud

  • Their undersides glimmered with a wet mother-of-pearl sheen, pale blue and purple.

    Etched in Bone

  • Smooth black wings arch up behind him, fire patterns of brilliant blue and purple streaking their undersides.

    Etched in Bone

  • Heather stared with a new blood-heightened appreciation at the beautiful loops and spirals etched on their blue and purple undersides.

    Etched in Bone

  • It has silver undersides to the foliage and hooded flowers that are almost black.

    Stunning salvias

  • Lifting each leg, she methodically smeared the grease all up and down the red, abraded streaks on the undersides of her legs.


  • The undersides of certain exotic swallows flash that same blue over moraine streams.

    Cato's Dog Was Right

  • Their ghostly appearance is enhanced by the fact that the undersides of their chalk-white wings are dark brown, so with every upstroke they seem to disappear in the moonlight, then reappear on the downstroke.

    Country diary: Blanchland, Northumberland-Durham border

  • Starlight glimmered like ice along the designs—twisting ivy-like loops and delicate spirals—etched into their blue and purple undersides.

    Etched in Bone


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