crevice

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a usually narrow partial opening caused by splitting and rupture

Synonyms for crevice

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According to David Punter, the Gothic is characterized by the transgression of the law that rests on assertion and boundaries: "the law is the imposition of certainty, the rhetorical summation of the absence, or the the transition from the real to the unreal, that is to say, from normative reality, as defined by norms of cognition and cultural dogmas, to a different realm loss, of doubt; which means in turn that the law is a purified abstract whole, perfected according to the processes of taboo, which can find no purchase on the doubled, creviced, folded world of the real" (2).
I don't suppose he's doing much nowadays, and it'd be nice to see that funny old creviced face of his.
And there stood Martin Rogan, his face creviced in a wise-crack smile, his crumpled nose advertising his status as a gutsy heavyweight brawler.
A rockscape shadowed with backlit Digger pines and creviced with a million red rock hiding places, this 17,000-acre park has 26 miles of trails--unsuitable for horses or bicycles of any kind, but full of possibilities for day-hikers.