Set in a cavernous industrial-style warehouse, Psycle HQ feels like a club you want to be a part of.
Each one—from the drawing room to the cellar—contains dozens, if not hundreds, of cavernous metaphorical rooms.
Gathered in a cavernous underground hotel ballroom in Washington D.C., all the young people were serious and well dressed.
The metal, cavernous church itself, by contrast, is nothing fancy.
Above the matted hair that concealed the jaws and cheeks, blue eyes stared out of cavernous sockets.
Through several grated apertures the sunlight streamed with strong effect, and a soft breeze swept around the cavernous apartment.
But he inquired in a cavernous, strange tone: “Was he asleep?”
While the most common situation is in the subcutaneous tissue, a cavernous angioma is sometimes met with in internal organs.
I followed, not into the moonlit night, but through a cavernous opening into darkness.
With their cavernous depths, they were quite an object lesson in early Virginia hospitality.
cavernous cav·ern·ous (kāv'ər-nəs)
Filled with cavities or hollow areas; porous.