understructure love

Definitions

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  • noun The supporting structure underneath something, such as a vehicle or bridge.

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  • noun lowest support of a structure

Etymologies

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under- +‎ structure

Examples

  • Those were largely made with plastic and an understructure made of chicken wire and wood covered with polyethylene.

    Marina Cashdan: Lynda Benglis, Shape Shifter and Influencer

  • Those were largely made with plastic and an understructure made of chicken wire and wood covered with polyethylene.

    Marina Cashdan: Lynda Benglis, Shape Shifter and Influencer

  • Few paved stretches remained, but the tightly compacted understructure still provided a better surface than the rough soil of the fields to either side.

    PodCastle » 2010 » February

  • Few paved stretches remained, but the tightly compacted understructure still provided a better surface than the rough soil of the fields to either side.

    PodCastle » PodCastle 92: Sir Hereward and Mr. Fitz Go to War Again

  • Also, I try to indicate that when the sun is backlighting it, you can see the understructure of the blimp.

    Finished shading concept for the Zepplin

  • The situation seemed safe, so I moved near one of the larger holes in the understructure and let him run ahead on the lead.

    Born to Bark

  • In one image, we see only a close-up of the honeycombed understructure of MIT's Simmons Hall.

    Fashion, Fa

  • He has an intuitive feel for the understructure of society, of the desires and contradictions on which it rests.

    Abou Farman: Sub-prime Dream

  • He held that it was as impossible for a painter to try to repaint a head where the understructure was wrong, as for a sculptor to remodel the features of a head that has not been understood in the mass.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • He held that it was as impossible for a painter to try to repaint a head where the understructure was wrong, as for a sculptor to remodel the features of a head that has not been understood in the mass.

    Sargent's Repainting

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