A cave or cavern is a natural underground space large enough for a human to enter. Caves form naturally by the weathering of rock and they often extend deep underground. The word "cave" can also refer to much smaller openings such as sea caves, rock shelters, and grottos.
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... Several new sets are introduced, including Tom Riddle's Orphanage, Astronomy Tower and the Cave ... sets, noticeably the interior of the Cave where Harry and Dumbledore both go to hunt Horcruxes ... The exterior of the cave scene was filmed at the Cliffs of Moher in the west of Ireland, the only location to be filmed outside of the United Kingdom ...
... There were 4 households out of which one had children under the age of 18 living with them, one was a married couple living together, one had a female householder with no husband present, and two were non-families ... Two households were made up of individuals who were 65 years of age or older ...
... The Vrtoglavica Cave (also Vrtiglavica, from Slovenian "vrtoglavica" = vertigo) is a cave located inside the Kanin mountain in the Slovenian part of the Julian Alps, near to the border between ... The cave holds the record for having the deepest single vertical drop (pitch) of any cave on Earth at a depth of 603 metres (1,978 ft) ... Total depth of cave is 643 m, it contains one of the tallest cave waterfalls in the world, estimated height of falls - 400 to 440 m ...
... Camp Billy Joe Bat Cave Archaeological Site Red Ghost Cave Archaeological District Three Entrance Cave Archaeological District Black Mesa, Oklahoma's highest point (elevation 4,978 feet ...
... All songs written and composed by Nick Cave, except where noted ... "Jack's Shadow" Cave, Mick Harvey 541 6 ... "Jack's Shadow" Cave, Mick Harvey 543 4 ...
More definitions of "cave":
- (noun): An underground enclosure with access from the surface of the ground or from the sea.
- (verb): Hollow out as if making a cave or opening.
Example: "The river was caving the banks"
Famous quotes containing the word cave:
“Do you know how poetry started? I always think that it started when a cave boy came running back to the cave, through the tall grass, shouting as he ran, Wolf, wolf, and there was no wolf. His baboon-like parents, great sticklers for the truth, gave him a hiding, no doubt, but poetry had been bornthe tall story had been born in the tall grass.”
—Vladimir Nabokov (18991977)
“Mankind which began in a cave and behind a windbreak will end in the disease-soaked ruins of a slum.”
—H.G. (Herbert George)
“What difference is there, do you think, between those in Platos cave who can only marvel at the shadows and images of various objects, provided they are content and dont know what they miss, and the philosopher who has emerged from the cave and sees the real things?”
—Desiderius Erasmus (c. 14661536)