from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who explores caves chiefly as a hobby; a caver.
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- n. One who explores caves; one who spelunks.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who explores caves
The term "spelunker" was abandoned sometime in the late 1950s.
Among serious cavers, "spelunker" has come to mean "person who goes underground without the proper equipment or training".
Never, ever, have I heard anyone speak of himself as a "spelunker," and the thought that someone might be about to spelunk is droll.
My husband called the cat spelunker, saying, What do you think, little spelunker?
Carl, a reckless billionaire adventurer, has financed an expedition by an expert spelunker and diver named Frank McGuire Richard Roxburgh, to chart the unexplored portions of Esa'ala and discover a previously uncharted route through Esa'ala and back to the ocean coast.
LOL you are nothing more then a anal spelunker. and it looks like while Shara was in the green room the make-up person must have printed the wrong answers to the softball questions on her palm.
Cardinals and doves develop their melody progressively caught in beat/heart echoes, as with spelunker canaries fluting noxious gas
The $20 ticket also includes a tour of the tunnel, and a civic history lesson, from " urban spelunker " Bob Diamond.
Michoacán's topography is ideal for the professional and amateur spelunker.
Bob Diamond, an "urban spelunker" will be also sharing the history of the tunnel.
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