cavernous space


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cavernous space

[TA]
an anatomic cavity with many interconnecting chambers.
Synonym(s): caverna [TA], cavern

cav·ern·ous space

(kav'ĕr-nŭs spās) [TA]
An anatomic cavity with many interconnecting chambers.
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The effect of both the doors and screens is to siphon the prevailing east-west breeze through the cavernous space, achieving an impressive coolness entirely through natural means.
A five-seater, the Blazer offers plenty of room for its occupants, plus a cavernous space for luggage.
The drab existence is conjured up with the bare minimum of props against the backdrop of the pit head and the cast rattles around in the cavernous space.
There are other door sounds, errant knocks, and the rumblings of traffic audible at various moments later in the performance, all of which increases my sense of the cavernous space in which the singing is occurring.
Now the question is how best to make use of the cavernous space inside.
Each section of the 60/40 split sends the seat back on to the cushions, creating a cavernous space that easily caters for your needs.
Fold those and the second row of seats and the Orlando offers cavernous space.
A cavernous space in an abandoned textile mill in Pittsboro, North Carolina was harshly lit by bare bulbs hanging from long black wires.
This is what I am thinking when I realize the man in front of me on the El has combed-over a snatch of hair ten inches long & two inches wide, a hugely long, hugely wide hairy bridge, which makes me think about diameters & the over top distance between one ear & another, the cavernous space beneath that gathers all manner of document--the duck & her ducklings crossing a South Dakota interstate, impact & inevitability, how forlorn eight chicks look in a rearview mirror, the way fog layers & stacks against a forest floor: how clarity & density survive each other, or perhaps, require each other, how smiles simmer or pop & can mean the same thing--all of that magic gathering beneath an exuberant shiny dome.
Having taken over and set up shop in what was once an acting studio, the cavernous space is stocked full with carefully selected contemporary fashion and accessories brands, and also contains two "store in store.
It has a kind of curved cube look and offers cavernous space, but is only slightly longer than your average supermini It is a car for all seasons that offers big savings on some of its competitors while offering a cheap running costs.
He pauses in front of a cavernous space littered with rubble and says it was once full of hardware and old men playing dominoes.