The whole region is underlain by nearly horizontal and undisturbed rocks of the Palaeozoic from the Devonian downward.
It is underlain by an unrealized wealth that may never be brought to light.
That principle had underlain the military policy of the nineteenth century both before and after Confederation.
He felt what had underlain the words, and it was a hard blow to him.
Soils containing considerable calcium or underlain with limestone are well adapted to the growing of the crop.
Each coal seam is underlain by a bed of clay called "under-clay," containing the roots of the plants that grew on it.
They are underlain by rounded bosses of especially resistant rock.
He had seen too much of human misery to be habitually jocose, and his whole nature was underlain by a groundwork of melancholy.
Some traditional fact must (as Dr. Jol says) have underlain the rendering "of desolation" for "of the desolator."
The tenderness which has underlain even John's remonstrances culminates in his closing words.