verb (used with object)
- cavendish experiment,
- cavendish, henry,
- cavendish, william,
Origin of cavern
Examples from the Web for cavern
The Beatles Story Museum features a replica of the Cavern Club and a Fab 4D animated cinema show.
Next door to the museum is a clone of the Cavern Club, the Beatle Café and the Sala John Lennon stand-up comedy theatre.
Her body was covered with a blanket when it was found inside a cavern of the ancient walls, obscuring it from view.
I was informed now by the sense of sight, that we were in a cavern room of considerable size.Etidorhpa or the End of Earth.|John Uri Lloyd
The cavity or chamber of this cavern is about 100 feet across in each direction.Archeological Investigations|Gerard Fowke
As we got nearer we saw the entrance to a cavern, into which we pulled.In the Eastern Seas|W.H.G. Kingston
I heard constant sounds of firing and the noisy shouts of the buccaneers as they trooped out of the cavern and down the hill.Latitude 19 degree|Mrs. Schuyler Crowninshield
He felt along the roof of the cavern, and presently gave a grunt of satisfaction.The Birthright|Joseph Hocking
Word Origin for cavern
late 14c., from Old French caverne (12c.) "cave, vault, cellar," from Late Latin caverna "cave," from Latin cavus "hollow" (see cave (n.)). In Old English such a land feature might be called an eorðscræf.