Hillary Clinton's campaign ran aground on the shallow shoals of "electability," and now Romney's yacht has done the same.
In early April 1949, the petite 18-year-old barfly was found in a shallow grave in the desert of southern New Mexico.
The first George Bush had the misfortune to have a shallow recession and slow recovery come in the second half of his term.
A shallow reflective pool allows viewers to ponder life and death as they get lost in the darkened room.
In the blue corner: Martin Lewis, originally from London, and now splashing in the shallow End, aka Hollywood.
The mate was full of smooth and flattering words, but his eyes were shallow.
Yet this was but a shallow artifice, unworthy of my Machiavellian aunt.
His comrade had been struck and had fallen into the shallow water.
And this broad love, broad as humanity, is not shallow because it is broad.
A shallow grave was dug in the soft earth at the foot of the cliff, and the melancholy remnant of humanity was lifted into it.
c.1400, schalowe "not deep," probably from or related to Old English sceald (see shoal (n.)). Of breathing, attested from 1875; of thought or feeling, "superficial," first recorded 1580s. The noun, usually shallows, is first recorded 1570s, from the adjective.