from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A cave.


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  • They had come up from the great, dark earth-hole, where they lived, and now they crouched upon the rocks to spin their thread.

    Opera Stories from Wagner Florence Akin

  • Archæological Institute, was found in 1848 in Needwood Forest, lying on the top of some fresh mould which had been turned up by a fox, in excavating for himself a new earth-hole.

    Archaeological Essays, Vol. 1 James Young Simpson 1840


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