Definition of Caverning

1. cavern [v] - See also: cavern



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caverning

cavemouths
cavendishes
caveolae
caveolar
caveolin
caver
cavern
cavern out
caverna
caverned
cavernicolous
caverniloquy
caverning (current term)
cavernlike
cavernosal
cavernoscope
cavernoscopy
cavernostomy
cavernous
cavernous angioma
cavernous arteries
cavernous branch of internal carotid artery
cavernous groove

Literary usage of Caverning

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1. Aspects of the Earth: A Popular Account of Some Familiar Geological Phenomena by Nathaniel Southgate Shaler (1900)
"In the superficial cold-water caves, as we have already seen the caverning cannot go on at depths below the general levels of the ..."

2. Outlines of the Earth's History: A Popular Study in Physiography by Nathaniel Southgate Shaler (1898)
"Although a journey by way of the sink holes through a cavern system is to be commended for the reason that it is the course of the caverning waters, it is, ..."

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