She had thought childishly, shallowly last night that she had had no faith, and could live with none.
In popular thought forgiveness is often shallowly conceived.
The first glume is membranous, many-nerved, shallowly concave and with a narrow membranous margin.
The bark varies from dark red to gray and is shallowly fissured or scaly.
The leaves are on slender flat petioles, arranged alternately on the twigs, and broadly oval, short pointed and shallowly toothed.
She was breathing raggedly and shallowly, eyes wide and incredulous.
The hafting area is shallowly side notched near the base, with the shoulders and stem usually nearly the same width.
They are white, yellow or red in colour, and shallowly cup-shaped.
Tongue ovoid, about twice as long as wide, shallowly notched posteriorly, barely free behind.
There was not much to be done about my leaving Chicago; I had rooted there shallowly.
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.