crevice[ krev-is ]SEE DEFINITION OF crevice
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CREVICE
There is only the risk; the crevice to be covered is not a yard long.
But it struck the crevice fairly, and they heard it rattle on inside.
She cried from the crevice where she lay huddled, "Never, never!"
The inner end of the pole she wedged in a crevice of the split rock.
Before it could stop the pressure of the herd drove it into the crevice.
Why not suspect him of having placed the hide in the crevice where it had later been found?
It was not until several days later that he had found it in the crevice.
And he said if I left the money he would throw it down the crevice yonder––and he would do it!
He followed Jerry, who bounded across a crevice in the earth.
Its roots were so firmly fixed in the crevice that it held my weight and saved me.