Take a “cavity bomb,” for example: explosives hidden in rolls of fat, between butt cheeks.
In police work, that's called a custody search that includes everything short of a cavity search.
Place the mineral in the cavity with a little of carbonate of soda, and blow upon it with the inner or oxidizing flame.
The ovule or egg is now in the cavity of the womb where we will leave it for the present.
The torch, which had been replaced in its cavity in the pavement, had just been extinguished.
Then into the cavity he hurriedly thrust the broken rings and pendants.
A push upon a great boulder hard by—it fell upon the cavity with a crash, and all hope of egress was barred.
If only the cavity of the thorax is hydropic, the pulse is not quick nor irregular.
Just think for a moment what it would mean to find a live toad within a cavity in a solid rock.
Jaundice, and dropsy of the belly and limbs, and finally of every cavity in the body.
cavity cav·i·ty (kāv'ĭ-tē)
A hollow area within the body, such as a sinus cavity.
A pitted area in a tooth caused by caries.