a paper tube or roll, almost flattened, having one side glued to the back of a book and the other to the inside of the spine.
(pathol) the nontechnical name for lordosis Compare hunchback
hollow back hol·low back (hŏl’ō)
- Hollow bone
hollow bone n. See pneumatic bone.
[hol-oh-fawrj, -fohrj] /ˈhɒl oʊˈfɔrdʒ, -ˈfoʊrdʒ/ verb (used with object), hollow-forged, hollow-forging. 1. to produce (a tube or vessel) by trepanning a hole in a forging and expanding it with further forging on a mandrel.
[hol-oh-ahyd] /ˈhɒl oʊˌaɪd/ adjective 1. having sunken eyes. adjective 1. with the eyes appearing to be sunk into the face, as from excessive fatigue
[hol-oh-ground] /ˈhɒl oʊˈgraʊnd/ adjective 1. ground so as to produce a concave surface or surfaces behind a cutting edge: the hollow-ground blade of an ice skate.