- sink or swim,
- sink through the floor,
- sinkiang-uighur autonomous region,
- sinking feeling, a,
- sinking fund,
- sinking spell
Origin of sinkhole
Examples from the Web for sinkhole
Of course, the surge in sinkhole claims may not be purely natural.
LRE is a founding member of the Florida Association of Sinkhole Stabilization Specialists.
Nothing serves as a metaphor for Florida randomness quite like a sinkhole.
Had they all been paid, the 25,000 sinkhole claims filed between 2006 and 2010 would have cost $1.4 billion.
Insurance firms typically pick up the hefty bills for sinkhole remediation.
Away over to the south—almost to Sinkhole Camp, in fact—was a ridge that was climbable on horseback.
As it happened, Bland did not know the topography of Sinkhole as did Johnny, and in the still air the flour sack did not flutter.
He certainly pretended he was you, and he must have 'phoned from Sinkhole, because there's no other 'phone on that wire.
Of course you want me to tell dad you have a—a guest at Sinkhole camp?
The East Side, where the home struggled against such heavy odds, became a sinkhole of undreamt-of corruption.The Battle with the Slum|Jacob A. Riis.