Origin of grotto
OTHER WORDS FROM grottogrottoed, adjectivegrot·to·like, adjective
Words nearby grotto
How to use grotto in a sentence
In Argentinian Patagonia, there sits a wide-mouthed grotto known as Cueva Huenul.What’s in a packrat’s petrified pee? Just a few thousand years of secrets.|Rachel Feltman|August 12, 2021|Popular-Science
Hazard’s sculptures are grottoes of torn paper, printed sparely with text and boxed in blond wood.In the galleries: Up to his elbows in watery works and lustrous prints|Mark Jenkins|December 18, 2020|Washington Post
In 2006, I traveled to France to visit the Sainte-Baume Grotto.
Remember what you told me that moonlit night when we walked by the sea towards the Grotto of Love.The Doctor of Pimlico|William Le Queux
When he opened his eyes he found himself in a grotto whose crystal columns reflected the delicate tints of the rainbow.Honey-Bee|Anatole France
But I saw rocks and trees around me; clouds; I was in a grotto and beside me was a man, that persecutor!Balsamo, The Magician|Alexander Dumas
Frederick deposited his gun in a sort of natural grotto formed by a deep opening half concealed by a thick curtain of ivy.
Average Jones looked down into the hollow with satisfaction, and moved his full canteens into a grotto.Average Jones|Samuel Hopkins Adams