Adjective "Underground" Definition and Examples




    1. beneath the surface of the ground: traveling underground by subway.

    2. in concealment or secrecy; not openly: subversion carried on underground. adjective

    3. existing, situated, operating, or taking place beneath the surface of the ground.

    4. used, or for use, underground.

    5. hidden or secret; not open: underground political activities.

    6. published or produced by political or social radicals or nonconformists: an underground newspaper.

    7. avant-garde; experimental:


    "people can be underground in pits."

    "hills can be underground after years."

    "workers can be underground for times."

    "toads can be underground for periods."

    "societies can be underground as movements."

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