cave dweller

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Synonyms for cave dweller

someone who lives in a cave

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Each cave dweller must submit a short essay detailing why they deserve a Man Cave.
BAMYAN CITY (PAN): The Afghan Red Crescent Society (ACRS) has provided food assistance to hundreds of cave dwellers in the central province of Bamyan in response to a Pajhwok report about food scarcity among the residents.
To explain - the ancient Greek philosopher Plato in his work The Republic uses a dialogue in which Socrates likens people denied education to cave dwellers who are forced to dwell in a cave from birth.
A modern cave dweller is very different from his prehistoric predecessor.
John's stint in isolation was inspired by fellow Arbroath man Willie Mill, who spent 15 years as a cave dweller in local cliffs in the 1940s.
Mohammad Asif, 38, a cave dweller, said he and his wife have arthritic pains in their hands, legs and waist and that their children suffer from coughs.
Despite them, and the best efforts of a certain bearded cave dweller, last year's figure were surpassed.
A troglodyte is a cave dweller who never sees the sun and prefers to look at his own dark shadow on the wall.
They said that alongside Casey Affleck and P Diddy, he looked rather more cave dweller than Hollywood A-lister.
At least now the British and American intelligence services know they are looking for a cave dweller with a possible penchant for dish washing.
What's more, the CAVE dweller can move around the objects and experience them from all sides, just as he or she might in the real world.
Enjoy music from Tomorrows Alliance, The Cave Dwellers, Double Identity, Over the Sun, King O Keys and Thadeus Project, as well as a 50/50 Split the Pot raffle and USO merch for sale.
Deep inside a cave, where there is no sunlight, true cave dwellers live their whole lives in extreme darkness.