Idioms about hollow
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How to use hollow in a sentence
While virtual networking meet ups have become common and create space for less formal conversation, agency execs say that at times it can feel hollow as people are sharing their stories but there’s no need to connect further.‘It used to be so easy’: How networking has been reshaped by the coronavirus|Kristina Monllos|December 31, 2020|Digiday
Yes, there is less money in the market, but his outreach to clients via Zoom has been a hollow exercise and says he’s counting the days to have face-to-face meetings again, to travel again, to wear a suit again — to close really big deals again.‘No is not an option’: Confessions of a sales executive|jim cooper|December 29, 2020|Digiday
When something tastes exactly the same as it has for days or weeks, except no longer good, it feels like reality has gotten hollowed out a tiny bit, and that more could be coming.
If this is too hard, eliminate the rocking motion for a static hollow-body hold.
In 1926, Margaret Barnes of Manchester, England, was rifling through her deceased husband’s belongings when she came upon a hollowed-out eggshell.Would You Write Your Last Will and Testament on a Napkin?|Fiona Zublin|December 16, 2020|Ozy
He likes to talk about the long sweep of urban history, with the postwar suburb boom hollowing them out.
Locals call it the hollowing out of the city into an empty theme park.The Big Idea: How Tourism Can Destroy the Places We Love|Elizabeth Becker|July 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Takeovers of foreign companies and government intervention in the markets have spooked investors, hollowing out key industries.After the Presidential Election, a Tough Road for Hugo Chávez|Mac Margolis|October 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Don Peck, The Atlantic The Great Recession has accelerated the hollowing-out of the American middle class.
To hollow-out eyes past any reasonable point of eye hollowing-out.
The hollowing of the "shell" is seemingly less delicate, but this may be taken as a natural result of the foregoing.Antonio Stradivari|Horace William Petherick
The graves were constructed by hollowing out a portion of the rock at the side of the gallery, large enough to contain the body.Gospel Philosophy|J. H. Ward
Now the only way in which the rain can be kept from running back on the slope of X is by a bold hollowing out of it upwards, b.The Stones of Venice, Volume I (of 3)|John Ruskin
Our horse would be warm enough without that; and Cudjo had made him a trough by hollowing out one of the tulip-trees.The Desert Home|Mayne Reid
These were split in two, and made into troughs by hollowing the faces and charring them over a fire.
British Dictionary definitions for hollow
Derived forms of hollowhollowly, adverbhollowness, noun
Word Origin for hollow
Other Idioms and Phrases with hollow
see beat the pants off (hollow).