• (verb): Hollow out as if making a cavern.
    Synonyms: cavern out
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on cavern:

Longhorn Cavern State Park - Selected Images
... Longhorn Cavern entrance Backbone-Ridge Nature Trail at Longhorn Cavern "Queen's Watchdog" formation at Longhorn Cavern One of the natural openings at ... Hahn of Burnet is among the guides at Longhorn Cavern who conduct 90-minute tours for cave guests ...
Live At The Cavern Club
... Live at the Cavern Club is a 1999 concert film starring Paul McCartney ... It was filmed during his 1999 concert at the Cavern Club, and it was directed by Geoff Wonfor ...
Cavern Mecca
... The Cavern Mecca was a Beatles museum in Liverpool ... The Cavern Mecca was the first Beatles Museum in Liverpool run by Liz and Jim Hughes ...
Challenge Of The Gods (comics) - Story - Echoes of The Past
... and savage fighting, she found herself at the cavern where the Amazons were fighting against the demons who were trying to get out ... Back at the cavern, Diana is told by the god, Pan, that her next challenge relates to the Manhunter invasion, and she heads off ... she finds herself seeing a man made of stone holding the cavern from below Hercules! ...
Tributes To The Cavern Club
... for this scene was actually shot in The Cavern Club itself ... The Cavern Club is the first playable location in The Beatles Rock Band ...

More definitions of "cavern":

  • (noun): A large cave or a large chamber in a cave.
  • (noun): Any large dark enclosed space.
    Example: "His eyes were dark caverns"

Famous quotes containing the word cavern:

    Man tells his aspiration in his God; but in his demon he shows his depth of experience; and casts light into the cavern through which he worked his cause up to the cheerful day.
    Margaret Fuller (1810–1850)

    If the stars that move together as one, disband,
    Flying like insects of fire in a cavern of night,
    Pipperoo, pippera, pipperum . . . The rest is rot.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)

    What if I bade you leave
    The cavern of the mind?
    There’s better exercise
    In the sunlight and wind.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)