Definition of 'tunnelling'
Example sentences containing 'tunnelling'
As a tunnelling medium, the chalk was ideal: homogeneous, largely without fractures and nearly impermeable.CORMORANT CORMORANT
brain tunnelling through the tissues and bone of the eye sockets, reaching out to the world of light.THE BROKEN GOD
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