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armpit the hollow formed beneath the arm at the shoulder.
bamboo a tropical grass plant that has hard, woody, hollow stems. Many kinds of bamboo grow as high as a tree. [1/2 definitions]
baton a rod or staff of hollow metal that is carried or spun by a drum major or majorette. [2/3 definitions]
bell a hollow metal cup that makes a ringing sound when struck. [1/2 definitions]
boom1 to make a deep, hollow noise. [2/4 definitions]
brim the top edge of a hollow object such as a cup; rim. [1/3 definitions]
cave a natural hole or hollow in the earth. Many caves have openings in a hillside or cliff.
cavity a hollow place or hole.
cell any small, hollow space within a larger group of hollow spaces. [1/4 definitions]
chime (usually plural) a set of tuned bells or other hollow objects that produce musical sounds when struck. [1/3 definitions]
chimney a hollow, upright structure above a fireplace or furnace that carries smoke upward and to the outside.
clop a sharp, hollow sound. [1/2 definitions]
crater a hollow area shaped like the inside of a bowl. The mouth of a volcano is a crater, and the moon has many craters on its surface.
dent1 a small hollow made in a surface by or as if by pressure or a blow. [1/2 definitions]
depression a low spot or hollow. [1/4 definitions]
dimple a small natural dent or hollow that forms in the cheeks during a smile. [2/3 definitions]
drum a percussion instrument shaped like a cylinder. A drum has a hollow body covered at one or both ends by a tight material. It is played by beating with sticks or the hands. [1/5 definitions]
excavate to make a hole or hollow place in by digging. [1/2 definitions]
fang a long, pointed tooth. Some animals use their fangs to hold and tear prey. Some snakes have hollow fangs through which they inject poison.
flue a hollow pipe inside a chimney that lets hot or cold air, smoke, or steam escape to the outside.
goat an animal with hooves, hollow horns, and rough hair. Goats are mammals that are raised for their milk, wool, and meat. They are closely related to sheep.