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cave

(kāv), [TA]
Any hollow or enclosed space or cavity. See: cavity, cavitas, cavernous space.
Synonym(s): cavum [TA]

cave

(kāv) [TA]
Any hollow or enclosed space or cavity.
See also: cavern, cavity
Synonym(s): cavum.
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While this talented songwriter has had the good fortune of being able to pay rent by way of his multitude of musical projects over the past few years, his most acclaimed creation has been the enigmatic post-hardcore rock outfit, Cave In.
There have been some issues during cave construction where stability became an issue, but once completed, I personally have not heard of a job where there's been a cave in.
It is more important to ensure that the walls of the trench do not cave in further.