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Word: nether

Definition: lower; Ex. nether garments/regions


Sentences Containing 'nether'

As she looked full at me, I saw her face grow sharper and paler, and the marks of the old wound lengthen out until it cut through the disfigured lip, and deep into the nether lip, and slanted down the face.
Her eyes wandered restlessly over the distant prospect, and she bit her nether lip to stop that busy mouth.
Hunter's Bar is located where Ecclesall ward of Sheffield Hallam constituency and Broomhill and Nether Edge wards of Sheffield Central constituency meet.
Pig-Iron vouches for her and tells them she contacted him telepathically from the nether world while he was in Frogzilla's belly and told him her escape plan.
The crash frees Alley-Kat-Abra from a nether world.
The name comes from the same origin as Auchinleck.Other villages or farms in the area are, or have been called, North Affleck, South Affleck, Newton or Nether Affleck and a small forest or bush called the Woodside of Affleck.The area of land was first noted in the year 1255 when it was referred to as 'Achlek' in a document regarding land ownership between the Bishop and Church of Aberdeen and Arbroath Abbey.
Thus, the Godwins launch a preemptive attack at the engagement ceremony in Sol-Falena, Falena's capital. Arshtat and Ferid had anticipated and prepared for the attack, but not the involvement of the elite Nether Gate assassins, who overwhelm the palace's defenses.
Upper Providence Township and Nether Providence Township, Pennsylvania split in 1687.

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