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You can choose to use a router, hollow chisel mortiser, or chisel to create your mortises.

For many developers, such as Epic’s Sweeney, that explanation rings hollow.

That rings rather hollow if these leaders are not willing to take positions in support of the very system that has allowed them to become big wheels.

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Take Nestlé’s first attempt at a sugar-reducing technology that hollowed out the molecules in order to cut sugar by about a third without compromising the desired sweetness.

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Showerheads are hollow and will float, most likely with the holes facing up—which clearly defeats the purpose.

A boiling brew is scooped into makeshift bowls—hollowed out coconut halves.

Outside the windows, slides and bridges that look like hollowed-out branches snake atop the buildings.

If Democrats had taken this attitude in the 1980s, Social Security today might be a hollowed-out shadow from the past.

Meanwhile, budget cuts or no budget cuts, the military budget is being hollowed out from within by rising military health costs.

Dingoes make their homes in hollowed out logs, dens, or rabbit holes.

The president looked up and fastened eyes that themselves bulged from hollowed sockets.

It lies on the river Chumbal, which has here hollowed out for itself a remarkably deep bed in the rock.

She had hollowed out a place for my hips to lie more easily, and pulled grasses for my bed.

The bodies of the drums were made from sections of trees which I found already hollowed out by the ants.

On it was a stone pot, hollowed, like the lamp, out of a large stone.

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On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hollowed, such as: biconcave, cupped, dented, dimpled, dipped, and excavated.

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

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