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hollow US English

Having a hole or empty space inside

hollow US Thesaurus

each fiber has a hollow core

hollow atom US English

An atom in which inner-shell electrons are missing, usually as a result of electrical excitation

hollow-eyed US English

(Of a person) having deeply sunken eyes, typically as a result of illness or tiredness

frost hollow US English

A valley bottom or other hollow which is prone to frost

hollow square US English

A body of infantry drawn up in a square with a space in the middle

Sleepy Hollow US English

A town in southeastern New York, east of the Hudson River and north of Tarrytown. It is associated with the writings of Washington Irving

hollow-cheeked US English

(Of a person) having sunken, concave cheeks

hollow-hearted US English

Insincere; false

beat someone hollow US English

Defeat or surpass someone completely or thoroughly

in the hollow of one's hand US English

Entirely in one’s power

beat someone hollow in hollow US English

Defeat or surpass someone completely or thoroughly

hollowware US English

Serving dishes and accessories, especially of silver, that are hollow or concave

in the hollow of one's hand in hollow US English

Entirely in one’s power