Synonyms for cave

Synonyms for cave DEFAULT

Quotes containing the word cave


1. Some humans would do anything to see if it was possible to do it. If you put a large switch in some cave somewhere, with a sign on it saying 'End-of-the-World Switch. PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH', the paint wouldn't even have time to dry.
- Terry Pratchett, Thief of Time

2. What are you grinning at?"Katsa demanded for the third or fourth time. "Is the ceiling about to cave in on my head or something? You look like we're both on the verge of an enormous joke.""Katsa, only you would consider the collapse of the ceiling a good joke.
- Kristin Cashore, Graceling

3. O serpent heart hid with a flowering face!Did ever a dragon keep so fair a cave?Beautiful tyrant, feind angelical, dove feather raven, wolvish-ravening lamb! Despised substance of devinest show, just opposite to what thou justly seemest - A dammed saint, an honourable villain!
- William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet

2. cave

verb. ['ˈkeɪv'] explore natural caves.

3. cave

verb. ['ˈkeɪv'] hollow out as if making a cave or opening.

  • hollow
  • sap
  • hollow out
  • undermine
  • hollowness
  • meaningful
  • unreverberant
  • obey
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cave

From the edge of the forest I saw the caves in the bluff, the open space, and the run-ways to the drinking-places.

Leaping and scrambling over the rocks, they plunged into the mouths of the caves and disappeared...all but one, a little baby, that had been dropped in the excitement close to the base of the bluff.

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Late in the afternoon my horse, which had been standing with dragging rein before the cave, started slowly down the trail, evidently in search of food and water, and I was left alone with my mysterious unknown companion and the dead body of my friend, which lay just within my range of vision upon the ledge where I had placed it in the early morning.

And then something gave, there was a momentary feeling of nausea, a sharp click as of the snapping of a steel wire, and I stood with my back against the wall of the cave facing my unknown foe.

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This huge fellow roamed restlessly about, nosing among his companion and the abhorrent litter of the cave.

To this end Thuvan Dihn placed himself close against the cave's wall, beside the entrance to the eighth chamber, while I deliberately showed myself to the guardian apt as he looked toward our retreat.

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Whatever it was, it was coming slowly toward the entrance of the cave, and now, deep and forbidding, it uttered a low and ominous growl.

As I backed along the ledge I soon was past the mouth of the cave, where I no longer could see those fearful flaming eyes, but an instant later I caught sight of the fiendish face of a Sagoth as it warily advanced beyond the cliff's turn on the far side of the cave's mouth.

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About a fortnight after Tom's rescue from the cave, he started off to visit Huck, who had grown plenty strong enough, now, to hear exciting talk, and Tom had some that would interest him, he thought.

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As we descended the cliff we disturbed a great pack of large hyena-like beasts--hyaena spelaeus, Perry calls them--who were busy among the corpses of the cavemen fallen in battle.

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At last my captors led me into a great cavein the mouth of which a fire was burning.

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Tradition says that during several centuries the spirit of the unfortunate girl sang nightly from the caveat midnight, but the music carried no curse with it; and although many listened for the mysterious sounds, few were favored, since only those could hear them who had never failed in a trust.

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I know that the bones of my son lie in the cave, for I have seen them in a dream; but, alas!

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"Well, it is marked as a forked cave, and in the darkness we passed the fork before the torches were lit.

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--Ye long for the worst and dangerousest life, which frighteneth ME most,-- for the life of wild beasts, for forests, caves, steep mountains and labyrinthine gorges.

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hollow

A sunken area or unfilled space in something solid; a cavity, natural or artificial.

rock-shelter

(Archaeology) A shallow cave-like opening at the base of a bluff or cliff, frequent location of prehistoric archeological site.

den

The definition of a den is a hidden place where wild animals sleep or a small room in a house.

antre

crypt

(Anat.) Any of various recesses, glandular cavities, or follicles in the body

cove

(Archit.) A concave molding, esp. one where the wall meets the ceiling or floor

catacomb

Any of a series of vaults or galleries in an underground burial place

give

A tendency to be springy; resilience

hole

The definition of a hole is a hollow place, opening or break in something.

toss

(Cricket, soccer) The toss of a coin before a cricket match in order to decide who bats first, or before a football match in order to decide the direction of play.

antrum

(Anat.) A cavity, esp. one within a bone, as either of a pair of sinuses in the upper jaw

cellar

(Slang) The last place or lowest level, especially in competitive standings:

collapse

Constant function, one-valued function (in automata theory) (in particular application causing a reset)

opening

An act or instance of beginning.

overturn

An overturning or being overturned

plunge

The definition of a plunge is a place for swimming or an act of diving or jumping into an activity.

rear

The part of a military deployment usually farthest from the fighting front.

sinus

Any cavity or hollow formed by a bending or curving

undermine

To dig underneath (something), to make a passage or for destructive or military purposes; to sap. [from 14th c.]

stalagmite

A conical mineral deposit, usually calcite or aragonite, built up on the floor of a cavern, formed from the dripping of mineral-rich water.

caveman

(Informal) A man who is crude or ill-mannered, especially toward women.

crypt. associatedwords: speleology

spelunker

A person who explores caves as a hobby

troglodyte

A person considered to be reclusive, reactionary, out of date, or brutish.

convex(related)

Curving outward, like the outer boundary of a circle or sphere.

Find another word for cave. In this page you can discover 58 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for cave, like: hollow, lair, cavern, rock-shelter, den, antre, crypt, grotto, cove, catacomb and cavity.

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That we are here, our voices will be heard, as well as theirs. I agreed to the boat, but expressed my doubts: - What if it is also busy there. - I'll go and have a look. Are you here.

Cave in Meaning

Vika complied with the order. The girl stood modestly in front of the woman. - Take off your clothes - there was a new order. Vika took off her jacket.

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