Each one—from the drawing room to the cellar—contains dozens, if not hundreds, of cavernous metaphorical rooms.
Set in a cavernous industrial-style warehouse, Psycle HQ feels like a club you want to be a part of.
The Daily Show host finally revealed what lives deep inside Weiner's cavernous pecs: James Franco.
Gathered in a cavernous underground hotel ballroom in Washington D.C., all the young people were serious and well dressed.
Not many wives would stand for being compared to a cavernous tree.
Through several grated apertures the sunlight streamed with strong effect, and a soft breeze swept around the cavernous apartment.
His eyes were deep sunken and feverish, his cheeks fallen in and cavernous.
While the most common situation is in the subcutaneous tissue, a cavernous angioma is sometimes met with in internal organs.
But he inquired in a cavernous, strange tone: “Was he asleep?”
With their cavernous depths, they were quite an object lesson in early Virginia hospitality.
cavernous cav·ern·ous (kāv'ər-nəs)
Filled with cavities or hollow areas; porous.