Examples of grotto in a Sentence
at the heart of the shrine is a small rocky grotto into which pilgrims can descend
Recent Examples of grotto from the Web
Reverend Deacon Peter Batty told CBS News that the community gathers to pray at the grotto as a tradition before storms.
The service is usually held outside, in front of the grotto sanctuary, under a canopy of trees.
Researchers determined that the emperor and his court languished in the natural cool of the grotto cave by the villa, which had its own fresh-water pool – until, according to historians, part of the roof caved in, nearly crushing Tiberius.
The Mass was held instead inside the small chapel adjacent to the grotto.
In Manger Square, next to the Church of the Nativity built over Jesus’ traditional birth grotto, some merchants blamed Trump for a drop in business.
Other amenities in the 9,550-square-foot home include a wine grotto and a theater.
Outside features include a pool with slides and a grotto, outdoor kitchen, cabanas, fountains and gardens and beautiful oak and palm trees.
Zerex died a few months later when she was shot after mauling a temporary zoo employee who had fallen into the bear's grotto while trimming shrubbery.
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