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
The grounds have a tennis court, a guest house, a pool, and that infamous grotto.
But by 2015, Hefner, and his lifestyle, were as quaint and out of vogue as the mildewed grotto at the Playboy Mansion.
And there's a study, a wine grotto, a spare room the couple used as a gym, and even separate guest quarters.
The elevator lets out at a stone grotto by the lake.
The grotto revealed more statuary, most of it dedicated to the Greek hero Ulysses who, according to legend, had sailed past the coast there more than a thousand years earlier.
The water level was reduced in the swimming pool grotto next to it.
That same highway brought Baltimore Archbishop William Lori to Carroll County for Sunday’s dedication of the grotto, a small shrine consisting of an arch with statues depicting the crucifixion of Christ.
People stood near the grotto, talking about the good old days.
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