hollow[ hol-oh ]SEE DEFINITION OF hollow
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOLLOW
"He had a gun shoved into the hollow of his throat," said Andy.
But see the church in the hollow, and the folk who cluster in the churchyard!
Even the fertile vale, in the hollow of which it lay, had ceased to have existence.
Bein' born on Hollow eve,' says he, 'I couldn't be nothin' else.
It forms a speaking telegraph without the necessity of any hollow tube.'
Whew, that beats finding pearls in the shells of mussels all hollow!
Civilization, enlightenment,—they are vague terms, hollow sounds.
Thus they would rest in a hollow correspondence, the fence between.
Maltravers did not listen to these vain and hollow consolations.
His cheeks were hollow and hectic, his eyes were glistening as with fever, his chest heaved.