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
In addition to the titular dolphin statuary, there are countless balconies, spiral staircases, wet bars, a grotto with a hot tub, a ballroom and a swimming pool.
Carl Mercier and his merry band of carpenters built a clever sailing craft fit for a king, Ariel's underwater grotto and the lair of the evil seawitch Urusula.
The spectacular grotto pool at the Grove Park Inn entices you with massaging waterfalls and mineral baths.
Baby Ariel appears in her grotto, cuddling a beloved dinglehopper next to a resting (plush) Flounder.
The 435-acre Holy Hill site — which includes a grotto, a monastery, a cafe, a gift store and an observation tower with 30-mile views of the rolling countryside — was first graced with a log chapel in 1863.
The home has six bedrooms, four and one-half baths, a study, game room and media room plus a lagoon-style pool with grotto and spa.
A whimsical grotto has been added as the central element of the fountain wall.
Bethlehem is lively and crowded, home to Palestinian Muslims and Christians and the Church of the Nativity, the Byzantine-era sacred site built over the grotto where the faithful believe Jesus was born.
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Origin and Etymology of grotto
First Known Use: 1617See Words from the same year
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Definition of grotto for English Language Learners
: a small cave
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