Examples of netherworld in a Sentence
the shadowy netherworld of all-night raves
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Virginia City (population 855), carved into the steep slopes and raked by winds, is part-ghost town and part-tourist concoction plopped atop a netherworld of old mining tunnels.
As a result, women and LGBT people who experience police violence often exist in a netherworld, where their stories are visible to neither of the movements that would be natural allies in lifting them up.
Late in the second hour, Cooper finally escapes the Red Room, plummeting through a netherworld before plunking down on the Manhattan glass box, an apparent doorway — like the one near Twin Peaks — to the Black Lodge’s alternate dimension.
Candy took pity upon us and coached us in the ways of Max’s netherworld.
For those stuck in this employment netherworld, life is a cycle of constant job searches.
For four years Mr. Ditko imagined Strange’s netherworlds, Dalí-esque dimensions and neuron-like phantasmagorias.
Scientists do know that during the day, Humboldt squid forage for silvery lanternfishes (illustration at left) and other small animals in the oxygen minimum zone, a dark, cold netherworld more than 3,000 feet deep.
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NETHERWORLD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of netherworld for English Language Learners
the netherworld : the world of the dead
: a place unknown to most people where secret and often illegal things are done
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