Similar words: governor, cave, cave in, turn out, burn out, inferno, caveat emptor, afternoon. Meaning: ['kævənəs] adj. 1. being or suggesting a cavern 2. filled with vascular sinuses and capable of becoming distended and rigid as the result of being filled with blood.
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1. The work space is a bare and cavernous warehouse.
2. Inside, the building seemed utterly cavernous.
3. She managed to find a taxi in the cavernous gloom of the station.
4. The steam rose from the cavernous sink and the furniture loomed at us like shapes in a jungle night.
5. In the cavernous opening where the rails braided into two lines, the outer dark was spotlit.
6. He closeted himself in the cavernous, Renaissanceinspired presidential palace in downtown Lima, where armored military vehicles stood guard Friday.
7. At Cicada, the lucky couple enters into a cavernous love chamber.
8. Holding up her light, Anne saw a cavernous opera cape with a Mephistophelean magician's tailcoat hanging inside it.
9. The Ballet and the cavernous, gilt-trimmed Wang are locked in symbiotic, occasionally contentious embrace.
10. If later generation was significant, the cavernous conditions in parts of the Carboniferous Limestone could provide remarkable reservoirs.
11. Cavernous, gilded, former ballroom of the Great Eastern hotel, adorned with nudes and chandeliers.
11. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and make good sentences.
12. There were two cavernous nostrils and Nuadu realised that this was the reason for the hissing whispering voice.
13. Its cavernous classrooms became silent in 1977 when the school closed.
14. The cavernous rumblings did not continue long; perhaps a score of riders, no more.
15. She opened a cavernous cup board and showed them wedding presents never returned from the first-kiss engagement.
16. As you fall into this cavernous organ and look around, you see that the shot was administered before a meal.
17. They won the first two at the Polo Grounds, the last pair in a cavernous old football stadium on Lake Erie.
18. Other nights, I listened to pneumatic tubes, and I was a doll on a shelf in a cavernous department store.
19. It was quiet, too, every sound echoing around the cavernous dome.
20. The small company of members looked completely dwarfed in the vast, cavernous space of the almost empty concert hall.
21. Attendance is better than 21, 000 a game in the SkyDome, a cavernous building unsuited for basketball.
22. Like old Charles Foster Kane, they are doomed to stalk the dark, cavernous halls of their Xanadus.
23. She unerringly picks us out of the crowd in the cavernous old building.
24. The models reeling down the catwalks are stick thin, their faces cavernous and bruised, their hair matted.
25. There were, quite literally, hundreds of boys and young men who lived under its cavernous roof.
26. He ran through the ferry-house, his steps echoing through the emptiness of the cavernous interior.
27. Half way through our second drink he attacked like a hawk, the cavernous leather sofa almost swallowing me.
28. Our steps echo over the marble floors, through the cavernous rooms and long galleries.
29. Never quite stationary, the mag-lev decanted her on a windy platform and whined away into the cavernous tunnel.
30. Hardy sprinkles little gold flakes that simultaneously float atop this buzz-maker and match the spectacular, cavernous Art Deco ambiance.
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