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subterranean
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • As they dropped farther into the subterranean foyer, the yawning space slowly emerged from the shadows.
  • Constructed in warm ocher marble to be compatible with the honey-colored stone of the Louvre facade above, the subterranean hall was usually vibrant with sunlight and tourists.
  • At that moment, beneath them, in the bank’s cavernous subterranean vault, a robotic claw sprang to life.
  • The whispers had turned to shouts in recent decades when ground-penetrating radar revealed the presence of an astonishing structure beneath the chapel—a massive subterranean chamber.
  • There in the center, plunging into the earth like a crystal chasm, gaped the giant inverted pyramid of glass that he had seen a few nights ago when he entered the Louvre’s subterranean entresol.
  • The Knights Templar had designed Rosslyn Chapel as an exact architectural blueprint of Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem—complete with a west wall, a narrow rectangular sanctuary, and a subterranean vault like the Holy of Holies, in which the original nine knights had first unearthed their priceless treasure.

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  • His voice was very deep, a subterranean rumble.
    Rick Yancey  --  The 5th Wave
  • Mae hadn’t seen him since their subterranean encounter, and did not care to.
    Dave Eggers  --  The Circle

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