Definition of hollow:

part of speech: adverb

Without difficulty, as he carries it hollow; without a chance of success, or beyond a doubt, as he was beaten hollow.

part of speech: noun

Any depression of surface; a cavity; a pit; a groove.

part of speech: adjective

Having an empty space within; not solid; deep; not sincere or faithful; not real; false.

part of speech: verb

To dig or scoop out; to excavate.

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