Verb(1) render holy by means of religious rites
(1) She fingered the single pearl that nestle in the hollow of her throat.(2) Are those words ringing a little hollow for you?(3) The cochlea is a coiled, hollow tube inside the inner ear that enables us to hear.(4) For me it's just a hollow form of words, with no real content, much like ├ö├ç├┐Have a nice day├ö├ç├û.(5) Parents fighting the closure of their children's junior school won a hollow victory at London's Appeal Court last night.(6) Blood vessels are essentially hollow tubes that carry blood to the organs and tissues throughout your body.(7) It was a quaint little place, nestled in a hollow in the hills, and smoke rose cozily out of the chimneys of the houses.(8) His sunken chest, stooped shoulders, and hollow eyes lend him the appearance of a man twice his age.(9) She is skeletally thin, with hollow , cadaverous eyes and cheeks.(10) I dropped the pole and it clattered to the pier with a hollow thunk.(11) Geoffrey, bless his heart, is over the top as Harry; his part in the film is unclear and a little hollow .(12) Newspapers, overdue bills, grocery lists, and scraps paper filled the hollow space.(13) His cheeks were slightly more hollow compared to the last time she had saw him, and his hair was longer.(14) The surveys concluded that the tree's trunk was essentially hollow and there were large areas of deadwood within its crown.(15) Only the grimy streets and the hollow shell of his mother's home remain.(16) We cement our relationships with our barren love and hollow dialogues.
(1) hallow :: faapaia
1. consecrate ::
2. sanctify ::
3. bless ::
Different Formshallow, hallowed, hallowing, hallows
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