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Correct spelling:
hollow
Definition:
Hollowness.

Synonyms:

adjective
absent
minus, Non-existent, wanting.
all
hollow.
concave
depressed, curved, bent, Incurvated, raised, dented, round, biconcave, convex, dimpled, indented, incurvate, incurved, vaulted, crater-like, concave, Cupped, arched.
deep, resonant in sound
echoing, sounding, ringing, mute, vibrant, rumbling, toneless, ghostly, reverberant, roaring, sepulchral, muffled, muted, clangorous, dull, flat, vibrating, thunderous, low, resounding.
depressed
set back.
dishonest
untrue.
empty, hollowed out
cleft, not solid, cavernous, vaulted, troughlike, Infundibular, cup-shaped, Cupped, depressed, carved out, curved, void, indented, arched, sunken, alveolate, Excavated, pitted, dimpled, incurved, Striated, unfilled, vacant, notched, deep-set, concave.
expressionless
blank.
false
untrue, Crocker, artificial, snide, seeming, flimsy, unsound.
false, artificial
faithless, insincere, deceitful, treacherous, hypocritical, cynical, weak, flimsy, unsound.
genteel
prudish, wellmannered, distingue, well-bred, old-maidish.
hungry
hoggish, esurient, Hungered, on empty stomach, hungry, ravenous, insatiate, Famishing, unsatisfied, got the munchies, edacious.
meaningless
futile, otiose, worthless, unmeaning, doesn't cut it, empty, useless, good-for-nothing, vain, doublespeak, specious, Unpurposed, nugatory, fruitless, Purportless, pointless, idle, unavailing, meaningless.
old-maidish
prim and proper, oldmaidish.
pharisaic
pharisaic.
pretentious
pretentious, overambitious, too-too, highfaluting, Euphuistic.
shallow
shallow, shelfer, frothy, shoaler, Depthless, emptyheaded, shallower, uncritical.
useless
otiose.
vain
Shucker, time-wasting, unnotable, no-win, going nowhere, in vicious circle, not a prayer.
weak
forceless, weakest.
noun
basin
watershed, watersheds, washbowls, washbowl, washbasin, sinkage, washbasins.
dent
embrasure, scallops, crenel, con-cavity, embrasures, crenels, scallop, incision.
depression
sinkhole.
dimple
DIVOTS, divot.
empty
unfilled, void, vacant, vain.
empty or dented area
bottom, scoop, cave, chamber, groove, crater, dish, socket, den, pocket, dimple, notch, pit, dale, bowl, trough, basin, indentation, vacuity, sinkhole, dip, depression, excavation, gulf, cavern, channel, cup, concavity, sinkage, hole, cavity, sag, valley.
gap
gaps, Interspace.
groove
flutes, flute.
grotto
underground chamber, Antre.
hollow
core out, ringing, insincere, fistulate, vacuous, recessed, tubular, empty, hollowed, meaningless, reverberant, fistular, fistulous, cannular, cavernous, deep-set, hollow out, sunken, false, holler.
object
hole, hollow.
outdo
beat, surpass, overcome.
shape
hollow.
verb
contact
dig, hollow, excavate.
empty out; make concave
gorge, ditch, rut, trench, excavate, rabbet, remove, dent, chase, indent, corrugate, shovel, dig, furrow.
Examples of usage:
  1. I like that romantic Hollow with all my heart- the old mill, and the white cottage, and the counting- house. – The Worlds Greatest Books Vol. II: Fiction by Arthur Mee, J. A. Hammerton, Eds.
  2. The tone was hollow; the whole man sat like an image of death. – The Chief Legatee by Anna Katharine Green
  3. But there's quite a few taken at night, sir- over there in the hollow." – London Films by W.D. Howells
  4. " Read that," he said, pointing to a flat stone, where every hollow letter was shown in high relief by the growth in it of a lovely moss. – Malcolm by George MacDonald

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