cave dweller


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cave dweller

n.
One that dwells in a cave, especially a prehistoric human.

cave′-dwell′ing adj.

cave′ dwell`er


n.
1. a person, as a prehistoric human, living in a cave.
2. a person living in an apartment building.
[1860–65]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cave dweller - someone who lives in a cavecave dweller - someone who lives in a cave    
primitive, primitive person - a person who belongs to an early stage of civilization
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"I would expect them of a Neanderthal cave dweller."
Going past them, the newly freed cave dweller eventually reaches the outside of the cave where he is blinded by the sun.
The books in the series to be launched at the Ateneo University Library on June 20 are: 'Beyond the Storm: A Story about Gemma Narisma,' illustrations by George Vincent Bien; 'Capturing Flight: A Story about Nina Ingle,' illustrations by George Vincent Bien; 'Cave Dweller: A Story about Ging Nuneza,' illustrations by Gabi Mara; 'Chemical Romance: A Story about Connie Ragasa,' illustrations by Works of Heart (Roxy and Joreen Navarro); 'Gardener of the Sea: A Story about Nida Calumpong,' illustrations by Corrine Golez; 'Mangrove Warrior: A Story about Jurgenne Primavera,' illustrations by Tris Lintag; 'Random Walks: A Story about Jinky Bornales,' illustrations by Jonathan G.
her it some She which smuggling, What kind of knuckle-dragging cave dweller takes time out of his day (bet it was a man) to scrawl poison pen letters to Andy Murray's grandparents?
That afternoon we visited a real cave dweller. Bahar showed us around the home she shares with her husband and two sons, proudly pointing out the 150-year-old loom.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- A few months ago I commented in this column on how becoming a cave dweller had given me a whole new interest in the world of troglodytism.
The use of scare tactics to sell product is not new I would venture to guess that when the first cave dweller figured out how to make fire he/she probably used scare tactics to sell the first fire-making kit.
LEGENDS surrounding a Wearside cave dweller were revived last night as part of a seafront regeneration scheme.
Socrates cave dweller, No more to endure shadow, But life to the full enjoyed.
The Latin name for a wren, Troglodytes troglodytes, means 'cave dweller', which reflects their choice of nest-site, under the thick cover of hedgerows and thickets.
Regardless of societal expectations of them and despite their outward appearances, officers respond biologically the same as the cave dweller: their bodies expect them to attack or to flee.
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