Thesaurus / hollow out
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The next step was probably to hollow out by art a sound log, thus imitating the trunk which had been eroded by time and decay.
Take off the top nicely, and without breaking or defacing, and hollow out the inside, leaving the sides and bottom standing.
As though he understood, Dick obeyed, and began to hollow out a grave in the soft and boggy soil.
RED EVEH. RIDER HAGGARD
Hollow out the interior and put raisins, small nuts, etc., in it.
They hollow out galleries in the beds of rivers and ponds, and live on small insects.
THE INSECT WORLDLOUIS FIGUIER
Before night he came back very hungry, saying that he had felled the tree and would begin next day to hollow out the canoe.
INDIAN LEGENDS RETOLDELAINE GOODALE EASTMAN
Hollow out a large red pepper and cut into it eyes, nose and mouth, making a miniature Jack-o'-lantern.
This style is even carried where there is not the same natural advantage of a hill to hollow out.
It is in these blocks that other workers, with their mandibles, hollow out and form the first cells.
THE INSECT WORLDLOUIS FIGUIER
They hurry to conceal themselves in the deep retreats which they hollow out in the banks that border the sea.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.