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hol·low

(hol'ō),
A concavity or depression.

hollow

[hol′ō]
Etymology: OE, holh
a depressed area or concavity.

hol·low

(hol'ō)
A concavity or depression.

hollow

1. a depression.
2. contains a cavity.

hollow back
backbone has a downward curvature in the center.
hollow horn
a mythical disease of cattle in primitive communities; treated by removal of the horns.
hollow wall
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The climatic buffering provided by tree hollows is affected by hollow height, opening size and stem size (Isaac et al.
Environment Minister Albert Jacob said that establishing the artificial hollows was an important part of conservation of the species.
Employs Tube Hollows International's proven processes to correct concentricity in conventional hollows with no requirements for OD stock removal.
Strawberry can see ghosts, which is no big deal until the night he's visited by the girl dressed in black who tells him that a Hollow is coming to eat his family.
So I exclude those extensions from my term "word hollows.
Several yards away, there was an oak tree with a large number of bees buzzing in and out of a hollow in its trunk, clearly the home of a bee colony.
I have heard that you can fill these hollows with something--cement?
Bill" Hollows and wife, Nancy (Pilibosian), of New Bern; her grandchildren, Jill H.
Internal gas molding typically cores or hollows out a part, a rib, or bosses, while external gas molding applies gas pressure to some or all of the nonappearance side of the part.
Soon after, our horizon opens onto the great Allegheny and Cumberland plateaus, a crumpled terrain of low ridges, coves, and hollows cloaked in a leafless forest.