Examples of cavity in a Sentence
Some birds nest in tree cavities.
I had two cavities filled at the dentist's.
Recent Examples of cavity from the Web
During periods of cold weather, rabbits use natural cavities and other animals’ burrows for their dens.
The team slices deeper, every so often puncturing cavities and letting out a hiss of gas.
Crest proclaims that teeth should be white, not just cavity-free.
According to an affidavit, an East Pittsburgh Police Department officer fired three rounds as the two were running away, striking Rose three times: The first bullet hit Rose on the right side of his face, exiting through his nasal cavity.
Unlike trees such as redwoods and oaks, baobabs can’t simply be aged by counting their growth rings; as the trees grow, their rings fade or are erased, and their giant interior cavities make the remaining traces difficult to count.
Beechnuts are relished by wild turkeys, wood ducks, woodpeckers, black bears and deer, and their tree cavities provide nesting sites for owls and woodland mammals.
The bullet entered from the left, just below his rib cage, tore through his chest cavity, and exited through his right side.
Clark’s vertebra was fractured, his chest cavity was penetrated, and his lungs were perforated and collapsed.
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Origin and Etymology of cavity
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Definition of cavity for English Language Learners
: a hole or space inside something
: a hole formed in a tooth by decay
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