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cave–in

noun \ˈkāv-ˌin\

: an occurrence in which something (such as the roof or walls of a building or cave) suddenly falls down or inward

Full Definition of CAVE-IN

1
:  the action of caving in
2
:  a place where earth has caved in

First Known Use of CAVE-IN

1860

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