Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A cave used as a dwelling by primitive, prehistoric, and recent tribes.
- n. In Colorado and the adjoining region, a cliff-dwelling.
“The Tarahumara, for example, a cave-dwelling people from northern Mexico famed for their endurance running, have been found to produce about 10,000 kcals of work effort during one of their 24- to 48-hour "kickball" races -- more than modern Tour de France competitors.”
“Anyone who thinks they are all cave-dwelling fat nerds is an idiot.”
“The story is about a cave-dwelling misanthrope who sets out to destroy the Christmas of a neighboring village.”
“Not vampires, the creatures in this one are cave-dwelling aliens.”
“You and the rest of your cave-dwelling crew would go and ask She Who Remembers The Last Great Snowfall whether it was going to rain or not, and her knees would tell you.”
“Regressive cave-dwelling types never will understand the need to plan ahead.”
“If you left-wingers do not have the common sense to understand the legal difference between an american citizen and cave-dwelling Jihad scum from the other side of the planet, then I'm afraid I can't help you.”
“Did they really intend for these rights to be extended to a bunch of uncivilized, weapon-toting, cave-dwelling, barbaric religious fanatics on the other side of the globe who were hell-bent on destroying the very things the constitution was written to protect?”
“Pelosi is to be admired for caring about the well being of Afterghanistan, but let's stop wasting our scare resources on that backwards, cave-dwelling, camel riding, sand box.”
“Within this circle of death, I was the cave-dwelling Grinch who stole Christmas, whose heart had shrunk so small that I was too busy selfishly indulging myself to show love to anyone, let alone be a father.”
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