Cave [noun]

Definition of Cave:

hole in land formation

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Sentence/Example of Cave:

The team at Mount Rainier was supposed to look for these snow caves at the end of the spring, after the animals have left but before the snow all melts.

Other broken-off cave growths had been wielded as digging tools.

The newly found items include stone tools and pendants made from cave bear teeth.

His team spends up to 12 hours each time it ventures into these deep caves.

In response, the angry Amaterasu retreated into a dark cave, thus snatching away her divine light from the world, while the ever-boisterous Susanoo went away from heaven.

With echolocation, bats can fly through dark caves and locate insects in the dark of night.

More soldiers crowded into the cave and Professor-Commander Krafft came in behind them.

No young Cave Swallows were taken and gonads of adults were in various stages of reproductive activity.

Profiting by this, Benjy quietly moved away round a colossal buttress of the berg, and took refuge in an ice-cave.

It was a dangerous journey into this wonderful cave, but sometime Alila must go there, his father said.