hollow

All Adjective Noun Verb
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  • The trees were so large that one man lived in a hollow tree.
  • Then followed a few months of hollow peace and the court returned to Paris.
  • Can you tell me why the hollows out there are never filled with snow? Cited from Modern Icelandic Plays, by Johann Sigurjonsson
  • In one of these trees, if hollowed out, a large family might live. Cited from Home Geography For Primary Grades, by C. C. Long
  • They were no longer hollowed, but they still looked much too large. Cited from Robin, by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • His hollow tree house does not appear from both series.
  • The upper part is hollowed out and put on top of the first part.
  • They hollowed out the center till the sides were thin toward the top. Cited from An American Robinson Crusoe, by Samuel B. Allison
  • There from the dark hollows he watched the white men as they studied each tree. Cited from Some Three Hundred Years Ago, by Edith Gilman Brewster
  • There were hollows under her eyes, and her full mouth looked drawn. Cited from Secret Bread, by F. Tennyson Jesse
  • The same tree hollows are used by different individuals at different time.
  • Seeing that he was not understood he raised his arm and hollowed his hand above his mouth. Cited from The Long Roll, by Mary Johnston
  • He lives inside a tree hollowed out to be his home.
  • The chamber looked as if it had been hollowed out of the rock. Cited from Adela Cathcart, Vol. 3, by George MacDonald
  • He poured some into his hollowed hand and applied it all over his body and hair. Cited from Through Central Borneo, by Carl Lumholtz
  • The award-winning facility is noted for its mostly underground construction inside a hollowed-out hill.
  • She compared the setting of the stage with that of a hollowed-out television set.
  • A portion of them has been hollowed out, so as to form a couple of small rooms. Cited from Account of a Tour in Normandy, Vol. II (of 2), by Dawson Turner
  • They were formerly considered to breed in tree hollows but recent studies found no evidence.
  • Following it, she finds an entrance to a large hollowed out tree.
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Meaning of hollow

  • noun A cavity or space in something
    hunger had caused the hollows in their cheeks
  • noun A small valley between mountains
    he built himself a cabin in a hollow high up in the Appalachians
  • verb Remove the interior of
    hollow out a tree trunk
  • adjective Not solid; having a space or gap or cavity
    a hollow wall, a hollow tree, hollow cheeks, his face became gaunter and more hollow with each year