Definition of 'caving'
Example sentences containing 'caving'
Six women on a caving expedition become trapped underground in an unexplored cavern where savage creatures lurk in the darkness.The Sun (2015)
The lone survivor of a caving expedition is persuaded to lead a rescue party through the cavern where her friends died.The Sun (2010)
Ah yes - about to go caving.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Brilliant claustrophobic thriller about six women on an American caving expedition who discover some deadly bloodthirsty creatures lurking in the shadows.The Sun (2009) The Sun (2013)
A number of clubs began to appear which cheerfully combined a scientific and sporting approach to caving, setting a pattern which has continued to the present day.Caves and Cave Life (1993)
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