And without dismounting from their horses, they formed a circle round the grotto.
Speaking thus, the goddess went into the grotto and Odysseus followed her.
Eight years elapsed before the grotto was visited by M. Louis Lartet, the great French archologist.
Somebody must have been down to that grotto, and dropped it as he came away.
Apollo is in his grotto, served by seven graceful nymphs: while close by the steeds of the sun-god are being watered by tritons.
At length he decided on having a fountain, a grotto, and an arbor.
As he thought this, he discovered, in a mountain-wall near the roadside, the vaulted entrance to a grotto.
Yes; but the grotto of Locmaria—is it necessary all the world should know it?
The soil of the grotto had apparently risen at a subsequent period.
We'd end up drowned in some grotto in the heart of the planet, says Kroger.
1610s, from Italian grotta, ultimately from Latin crypta "vault, cavern," from Greek krypte "hidden place" (see crypt). Terminal -o may be from its being spelled that way in many translations of Dante's "Divine Comedy."