subterrane

subterrane

(ˈsʌbtəˌreɪn) or

subterrene

n
(Physical Geography) an underground cave; a chamber or region beneath the ground. Also called: subterrain
adj
a variant of subterranean
References in periodicals archive ?
This kind of folding is like west Nosratabad folding in ST1 subterrane and the both trend of them is similar.
2002, New U-Pb and geochemical data from the Barkerville subterrane, in Slave--northern Cordillera lithospheric evolution (SNORCLE) transect and cordilleran tectonics workshop meeting: Lithoprobe Report No.
Duncombe, though admirably attuned to what zine makers say about their activities and publications, asserts in the conclusion to his Notes from Underground: Zines and the Politics of Alternative Culture, that zines are one of Mikhail Bakunin's "subterranean revolutions," and that "in this subterrane lies a utopian dream and smolders a radical hope.
Saturday: Tarantula Princess, Subterrane, Leporidae, Sharkiface, Glamorous Pat (as Sisprum Vish), the Sunken, Klowd, Bran(.
the Lay Range Assemblage of the Harper Ranch Subterrane, northern central British Columbia; Boswell-Semenoff Hills, central Yukon), and of the pericratonic Yukon-Tanana terrane (Little Salmon succession, central Yukon).
Our geological mapping recognises the eastern and western Yidun Volcanic Arc to be two distinct subterranes.