from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having cavities; specifically, having an intestinal cavity; cavitary, as the nematoid worms or cavitaries.
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- adj. pitted with cell-like cavities (as a honeycomb)
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What might the gift recipient think, on opening the box only to find a multi-cavitied cemetery for incisors?
The ELLSON Combination Plain and Hollow Concrete Block Machine, produced in India since 1958, is an ail-steel welded device, which is manually operated and produces both plain (solid) and hollow (twin rectangular cavitied) concrete blocks of the same overall size using the same mould.
And as when thick snow-flakes fly down from Jove, beneath the force of the cold, air-clearing Boreas; so from the ships were borne out crowded helmets, shining brightly, and bossed shields, strong-cavitied corslets, and ashen spears.
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