eurybathic

adjective
eu·ry·bath·ic | \ˌyu̇r-i-ˈba-thik \

Definition of eurybathic 

: capable of living on the bottom in both deep and shallow water

First Known Use of eurybathic

1902, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for eurybathic

eury- + Greek bathos depth

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