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sub·base·ment

 (sŭb′bās′mənt)
n.
A floor beneath a main basement of a building.
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subbasement

(ˈsʌbˌbeɪsmənt)
n
(Architecture) an underground storey of a building beneath the main basement
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sub•base•ment

(ˈsʌbˌbeɪs mənt)

n.
a basement below the main basement of a building.
[1900–05]
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Now Rose finds herself on a post-Dark Times Earth, her stasis tube part of a pile of abandoned junk in a subbasement, and herself the unexpected heir and ward of her dead parents' company.
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