Some beads of sweat formed beneath his eyebrows. He wiped them with his handkerchief.
The Spirit collapsed beneath this fantastic hat, so that he almost entirely disappeared;
"No," he replied, "you shall not die; seat yourself beneath this tub until our eleven brothers come. I will have to come to an agreement with them."
"Because," said Lord Henry, passing beneath his nostrils the gilt trellis of an open vinaigrette box, "one can survive everything nowadays except that.
And yet--why, I cannot tell--though I feel so much beneath him, I don't feel humble.
As they were so weary that their legs would no longer carry them, they lay down beneath a tree, and fell asleep.
Beneath its purple pall, the face painted on the canvas could grow bestial, sodden, and unclean.
But the poor little fool didn't realise that there is also ice beneath the snow.
Grethel had to get up early the next morning. She suspended the cauldron and lit the fire beneath it.
He could see the houses in the valley beneath him, the great cliffs on the other side of the village.
in or to a place that is lower: to a lower place, below, at a lower place