undercast \UHN-der-kast\, noun:
1. Something viewed from above through another medium, as of clouds viewed from an airplane.2. Mining. A crossing of two passages, as airways, dug at the same level so that one descends to pass beneath the other without any opening into it.
Undercast derives from meteorology and aeronautics jargon.
- intense joy, coupled with extreme emotional shifts; an experience equal to an orgasm
OMG, it's a full on complete double rainbow all the way across the sky!
- parking meter: was first installed, in Oklahoma City (1935)
- Trinity test: US exploded the first trial atom bomb in the New Mexico desert, less than a month before bombing Hiroshima and Nagasaki (1945)
- Catcher in the Rye: J.D. Salinger's novel about adolescent antihero Holden Caulfield was published; it was controversial at the time but is now a staple of school curricula (1951)
- Apollo 11: the first manned flight to the moon took off from the Kennedy Space Center (1969)
- Saddam Hussein: became president of Iraq (1979)
- JFK, Jr.: was killed with wife Carolyn and her sister in a plane crash (1999)