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cave in Nature topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcavecave1 /keɪv/ ●●○ noun [countable]  DNa large natural hole in the side of a cliff or hill, or under the groundcaving the entrance to a cave
Examples from the Corpus
caveOne day he heard a noise coming from a cave.She'd feel safer trapped in a cave, with some dark formless danger lurking in the shadows.It was inside a cave, but bigger than any cave had a right to be.The largest system is the Lancaster-Easegill complex where there are around 30 miles of cave passages.We pass rocky beaches, secret inlets, muddy coves, dark hidden sea caves pounded by surf.He spent many nights sleeping in an open orchard in torrential rain until he located a small cave.Only a few of us knew about the cave.He looked inside the cave and saw a lion.