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Adjective
Having a concave or sunken appearance
“His sunken chest, stooped shoulders, and hollow eyes lend him the appearance of a man twice his age.”
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Deep or resonant in sound or tone
“A sound that is close to this is the hollow sound of a tuning fork.”
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Without real significance or value
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“If Colin wins his case, I feel it will be a hollow victory for him, whether or not he realizes this now.”
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Insincere or devoid of validity
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“Is Williams's redemption complete and sincere, or is it just a hollow promise?”
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Having a hole or empty space inside
“The surveys concluded that the tree's trunk was essentially hollow.”
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Lacking sense or sound reasoning
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Showing a lack of emotion
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Lacking intellectual depth or substance
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Feeling or showing the need for food
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Having vast space or depth, as of a cavern
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Appearing to be something that is not real
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Lacking vigor, vitality, or excitement
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Lacking depth of character or understanding
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Of or involving tubules or other tube-shaped structures
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Extremely morbid or somber, typically suggestive of death or the grave
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Intended to impress in a showy manner
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Not paying attention to what is being said or done
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Displaying a lack of real interest, feeling, or concern
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Of little importance
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A hole or depression in something
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“I pulled the last button through what I hoped was its corresponding hole just below the hollow of my neck, and for the first time looked down at my breakfast.”
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A small valley
“An award-winning cabin in Monteagle is nestled in a Tennessee mountain hollow and projects from the hillside to overlook a mountain stream.”
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A long, narrow cut or depression in a hard material
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A hollow space inside something
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A deep and narrow passage, especially in the earth's surface
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A mark impressed on a surface
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A mark or scar in the skin caused by a pock
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A swelling filled with air or fluid on the surface of a plant, heated metal, painted wood, etc
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To form by making a hole
“Vineyards flourished on this bleak Castilian plateau, and workers would hollow limestone under the town to create cellars.”
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