Halfway through, he gets to “Watch out for parasites”—addictions that can hollow out a relationship from the inside.
Take off the top nicely, and without breaking or defacing, and hollow out the inside, leaving the sides and bottom standing.
Sometime when a woman big they make a hollow out place for her stomach and make her lay down 'cross that hole and whip her behind.
Before night he came back very hungry, saying that he had felled the tree and would begin next day to hollow out the canoe.
And here, too, they eat away the floes and hollow out their edges.
Take moderate-sized Spanish onions, remove the outer skin; cut off the tops to form lids, and hollow out a little of the onion.
Cut out the stem and blossom ends of the tomatoes and hollow out the center so as to leave a shell.
As though he understood, Dick obeyed, and began to hollow out a grave in the soft and boggy soil.
Wash them thoroughly, and then hollow out the inside of each, leaving cup-shaped shells about 1/4 inch thick.
hollow out the center so that the cucumbers will have the shape of boats.
c.1200, from Old English holh (n.) "hollow place, hole," from Proto-Germanic *hul-, from PIE *kel- "to cover, conceal" (see cell). The figurative sense of "insincere" is attested from 1520s. Related: Hollowly; hollowness. To carry it hollow "take it completely" is first recorded 1660s, of unknown origin or connection.
late 14c., holowen, from hollow (adj.). Related: Hollowed; hollowing.
"lowland, valley, basin," 1550s, probably a modern formation from hollow (adj.). Old English had holh (n.) "cave, den; internal cavity."