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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

A small opening caused by a crack.

Usage examples (33)
  • The climber was able to fit her toe into the crevice to take the next step up the wall.
  • The Salto (or Leap) is a crevice, which is crossed by a draw-bridge.
  • "They are our people," he tells me, "people called the crevice people, the bat people."
  • It always amazes me people who want to be "crevice" docs?? for more
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  • There could be a "crevice" (small crack in places like walls or rocks) in the side of a "crevasse" (major crack in large ice formations or in the earth's surface).
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