An underlying or supporting structure.
- There are a lot of strapless dresses that also have a fitted understructure.
- The movement sought to sustain the inherited cultural order of Christianity but without its dogmatic understructure.
- Almost a hundred years earlier the group depicting the saint and the devil had been installed in the tower's understructure.
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