Subjacent



adjective
1.
situated or occurring underneath or below; underlying.
2.
forming a basis.
3.
lower than but not directly under something.
adjective
1.
forming a foundation; underlying
2.
lower than though not directly below: tall peaks and their subjacent valley

subjacent sub·ja·cent (sŭb-jā’sənt)
adj.
Below or beneath another part.
sub·ja’cen·cy n.

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