Thus, assuming the cloud to be charged with positive electricity, the subjacent earth will be in the negative state.
Their descendants gain the subjacent zone, and so the process goes on.
In Ness the subjacent stone is too near the surface to have ever admitted of the growth of large trees.
It was not formed by the disintegration of the subjacent rocks, but by aqueous transport.
The river has since excavated a ravine through the lava and subjacent gneiss, to the depth of 400 feet.
Is not this second infinite, so to speak, subjacent to the first?
The mattrass was a poor defence against the cold of the subjacent rock.
Below this layer fresh segments continue for some time to be added to the blastoderm from the subjacent yolk.
But besides the skin, the subjacent tissues may become involved in the inflammation, and give rise to the formation of pus.
The subjacent rocks consist of alternations of black slate, limestone, and serpentine.
subjacent sub·ja·cent (sŭb-jā'sənt)
Below or beneath another part.