a shell-like pasta with ridged surfaces.
any of several nocturnal, wingless, cricketlike long-horned grasshoppers of the family Gryllacrididae, characterized by a humpbacked appearance and inhabiting dark moist habitats, as caves, cellars, hollow trees, and the ground under logs and stones.
- Cave coral
noun various knobby calcite growths on the walls and floors of once-submerged caves; also called cave popcorn Examples Cave coral are very small speleothems consisting of short stalks with bulbous ends, usually occurring in numbers in patches. See cave popcorn
a cave dweller, especially of the Stone Age. a man who behaves in a rough, primitive manner, especially toward women. Historical Examples
- Cave diver
noun the practice of diving in underwater caves, which requires special equipment and techniques Examples Cave diving generally involves penetration distances vastly greater than those experienced by wreck divers.