grotto


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cave

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a hollow beneath the earth's surface

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Synonyms for grotto

a small cave (usually with attractive features)

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"What, are there no grottos at Monte Cristo?" he asked.
Meanwhile, by a cleft between two walls of rock, following a path worn by a torrent, and which, in all human probability, human foot had never before trod, Dantes approached the spot where he supposed the grottos must have existed.
The annual Santa's Grotto at Garden Wise, Dumfries, was another huge success with a phenomenal PS4,423 raised for local charities.
CHRISTMAS elves have been shortchanged by an estimated PS30,000 after a grotto company went bust.
This Christmas Santa will be with them every day during Winter Wonderland with one of the best family Christmas Grottos in The East Midlands (book online to secure your place, grotto sells out in advance).
It's that time of year again - grotto season, and one Liverpool's most beautiful grottos has arrived.
SANTA has arrived from Lapland and opened his grotto inside the Kingsgate shopping centre in Huddersfield.
KING of the spray can Temper has lent his artistic skills to designing a Christmas grotto in the city centre.
IT'S one of the region's most famous venues and South Shields' Marsden Grotto has now had a revamp and opened its doors.
A SCOUT leader has accused garden centre "grinches" of ruining Christmas after his troop was frozen out of running a festive grotto.
For Grotto Pizza, a small chain based in Rehoboth Beach, DE, losing customers that time of year wasn't an option.
We would like to take strong exception to the article titled The lady behind Bulacan's miraculous grotto (Lifestyle, 5/12/15).
NNA - A natural grotto was discovered Sunday in the area of Majdal-Zoun in Tyre, formed over thousands of years in the middle of a hilltop rising approximately 500 meters above sea level.