inground

inground

(ɪnˈɡraʊnd)
adj
sunk into the ground; built into the ground
vb (tr)
to fix (something) in something as in the ground or in a foundation; ground
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inground scale (40 foot) no enviornmental problems.
Developers and property owners have reached a consensus that pools should be inground, not aboveground.
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It can cost $100,000 to build a simple inground pool because you need dynamite," Smith says.