Sterile New England underlaid the imperial Northwest with mortgages, and overlaid it with insurance.
These coffee-colored floods were underlaid by thick strata of quicksands.
Too fearfully it is evident that these fits of acharnement were underlaid and fed by paroxysms of personal cruelty.
It has been burned up with the coals and lignites which underlaid the surface.
Their songs had the same burden,—intense admiration of the father, and good-will for the son, underlaid with a delicate doubt.
Its floor is of concrete, underlaid with porous tile and cinders.
This park contains many ponds and miry places, and is said to be underlaid everywhere with bog iron-ore.
The carpet should be plain in design, and underlaid with padding.
The sea round about for leagues is underlaid by treacherous coral reefs.
It is just rolling enough to give good drainage, and in places there is plenty of timber, while some is underlaid with good coal.