cavern[ kav-ern ]SEE DEFINITION OF cavern
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAVERN
It was soothing to his eyes, so used to the darkness of the Nibelungs' cavern.
In an instant they fled into the darkest corner of the cavern.
The Sibyl placed them in rows on the ledges of rock inside the cavern.
Charley was a few yards ahead of me, and ran stooping into the cavern.
All around the dais, seated on the sloping floor of the cavern, were Lakonians.
As she recognised the sound, a voice came as through a cavern, crying, "Kate!"
Through the entrance of the cavern they darted and disappeared.
They have closed off the shaft that led from the cavern of the silver dome.
Her cavern must be full of dead men's bones, trophies of her conquests.
He obeyed her, or pretended to, and turned an ear toward the mouth of the cavern.