Caveators



a person who files or enters a caveat.
noun
(law) a person who enters a caveat

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    any of several fishes that live in cave waters, as species of the genus Amblyopsis, having no body pigment and rudimentary, functionless eyes. noun (pl) -fish, -fishes any of various small freshwater cyprinodont fishes of the genera Amblyopsis, Chologaster, etc, living in subterranean and other waters in S North America See also blindfish

  • Cavein

    a collapse, as of anything hollow: the worst cave-in in the history of mining. a place or site of such a collapse. submission to something or someone previously opposed or resisted: His cave-in to such unreasonable demands shocked us.



  • Cave-in

    a collapse, as of anything hollow: the worst cave-in in the history of mining. a place or site of such a collapse. submission to something or someone previously opposed or resisted: His cave-in to such unreasonable demands shocked us. Contemporary Examples Historical Examples

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