Abyss (noun)

A deep or seemingly bottomless chasm, cavity, or void, especially one in the earth's surface.

Origin:

Middle english abissus, from latin abyssus, from greek abyssos bottomless, from a- + byssos deep.

Examples:

  1. He stared into the abyss of the Grand Canyon.
  2. She was afraid of falling into the abyss.
  3. The abyss of space was a topic of interest for him.
  4. The abyss of the ocean is still not fully explored.
  5. The abyss of poverty is difficult to escape.
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