Definition: enormous chasm; vast bottomless pit
Definition: enormous chasm; vast bottomless pit
Sentences Containing 'abyss'
1: The Resonance of Childhood" on the MoMA of New York series "The American Season" in Berlin, "Desert Tide" premiered at the Stellenbosch New Music and Art Festival in South Africa, "Trio for Clarinet, Violin and Piano" at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C. and "At the Abyss" performed at Carnegie Hall in New York.
A generation has passed since the events of the first "Overlord", with that game's Overlord now the ruler of the Abyss after being trapped following the events of "Raising Hell".
After a series of interviews, the mentally unstable Abyss began thinking of her as his girlfriend, leading to Lauren attempting to help him in his feud with Matt Morgan.
Afterwards, Brown and Abyss fought to slam each other into the tacks until Brown lifted Abyss up onto his shoulders and threw him forward down to the ring-mat.
All teams competed in Crusher and all heats ended with The Final Abyss the remaining four events varied from week to week.
Also a match that was held under no disqualification rules called a Monster's Ball match was won by Monty Brown by defeating Raven and Abyss.
As they attempted to escape, Mike fell into an abyss that Furio created.
Brown's throw caused Abyss to fall on the tacks with his head and back, giving the win to Brown.
Brown, Abyss, and Raven were all involved in a tournament to challenge Jarrett for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship at Victory Road which set up a rivalry between the three.
Danglars felt as much overcome with joy as the miser who finds a lost treasure, or as the shipwrecked mariner who feels himself on solid ground instead of in the abyss which he expected would swallow him up.
Enchanters have persecuted me, enchanters persecute me still, and enchanters will continue to persecute me until they have sunk me and my lofty chivalry in the deep abyss of oblivion; and they injure and wound me where they know I feel it most.
Having reached the summit of his vengeance by a long and tortuous path, he saw an abyss of doubt yawning before him.
His works have been published since 1994 in various German newspapers and magazines, since 1996 under the title ""Perscheids Abgründe"" (“Perscheid's Abyss”).
How do heat and light travel through this vast abyss of space?
I am about to precipitate, to sink, to plunge myself into the abyss that is here before me, only to let the world know that while thou dost favour me there is no impossibility I will not attempt and accomplish."
I stopped the motion of the Giralda, I lifted the bulls of Guisando, I flung myself into the cavern and brought to light the secrets of its abyss; and my hopes are as dead as dead can be, and her scorn and her commands as lively as ever.
In a prelude to the "Infinity" storyline, Ex Nihilo, Abyss, Nightmask, and Star Brand join the Avengers.
Inside the abyss, he encountered the Magna Defender, and his spirit merged with him.
It has 339 pages and is a collection of short dark fiction stories released in 1995 by Dell Books, a division of Bantam Doubleday Publishing, part of the "Abyss" line of psychological horror.
It seemed to him that heaven had at length taken pity on him, and had sent this noise to warn him on the very brink of the abyss.
Jordan's feud with Terry came to an end on the June 3 edition of "Impact!", when the Global Champion pinned him in a tag team match, where he teamed with Desmond Wolfe and Terry with Abyss.
Like a bolt of lightning, Weiyun slides into the abyss of misery.
Like the gulf between me and the past, there is an abyss between you, Edmond, and the rest of mankind; and I tell you freely that the comparison I draw between you and other men will ever be one of my greatest tortures.
On another level, the film sees the director plunging, headfirst, into a cultural abyss as she attempts to define herself via ethnic identity - and finds herself being torn, sharply, between the Iranian ideal of a fixed, long term union and the distinctly American tendencies to play the field and test the waters before committing.
On the October 29 episode of "Impact!", Raven challenged Brown and Abyss to a Monsters Ball match at Victory Road, which was later booked for the event without Brown nor Abyss accepting the challenge.
She then assumed a more active role in the feud between Abyss, Dr. Stevie Richards, and Daffney, which also briefly involved Raven.
She was nominated for an Academy Award in the category Best Art Direction for the film "The Abyss".
Sometimes she stood mute and motionless as a statue, looking towards Marseilles, at other times gazing on the sea, and debating as to whether it were not better to cast herself into the abyss of the ocean, and thus end her woes.
Still competing under the out matched underdog gimmick, Spud had a longtime feud with American wrestler Sterling James Keenan and the super heavyweight Abyss.
Tägtgren, who is also the vocalist/guitarist of Hypocrisy and producer of his own "The Abyss" studios, is the only current member.
The Book of Poetry says, ‘Apprehensive and cautious, as if approaching a deep abyss, as if walking on thin ice.’ 4.
The eladrin's role in the tanar'ri uprising in the Abyss was detailed in ' (2006).
The hand which has retreated for a while will be again stretched forth to save me at the very moment when I shall think myself sinking into the abyss.
The jazz big band album Hiroshima - Rising From The Abyss is the eighth audio recording released by the Toshiko Akiyoshi Jazz Orchestra featuring Lew Tabackin.
The silent protagonist Overlord from the first game is not present in "Overlord II", as he was trapped in the Abyss dimension at the end of the expansion, "".
The third match was a Serengeti Survival match between Monty Brown and Abyss.
The unhappy man uttered an exclamation of joy; a ray of light seemed to penetrate the abyss of despair and darkness.
There is a sort of consolation at the contemplation of the yawning abyss, at the bottom of which lie darkness and obscurity.
They would lift the ship up into the blue sky and then drop it as if down an abyss.
TNA held the first ever Monster's Ball match, featuring Monty Brown, Abyss, and Raven, at Victory Road.
TNA hosted the first ever Monster's Ball match, involving Monty Brown, Abyss, and Raven.
Tracks 2-7 form the "Hiroshima - Rising From The Abyss" Suite.
Unfortunately, in the archives of RAI, unless there are some fortuitous discoveries, only two films survived of the director's recorded TV dramas – one for "Harlequinade" by Terence Rattigan and one for "S'egli tornasse" (If he were to return here) by Orio Vergani – and only a few seconds of the TV movie "Ritorno dall’abisso" (Return from the Abyss).
Verner had been told of the cave that had been discovered by a Spanish farmer called José Bullón in 1905 who was looking for bat guano around the original entrance in a place called the abyss of the bats.
When we came within sight of the sea, the waves on the horizon, caught at intervals above the rolling abyss, were like glimpses of another shore with towers and buildings.
Years of grief have created an abyss between those days and the present.
``Ah,''said Morrel, falling from the height of excitement to the abyss of despair``ah, you are playing with me, like those good, or rather selfish mothers who soothe their children with honeyed words, because their screams annoy them.
``To fall,''continued King Louis, who at the first glance had sounded the abyss on which the monarchy hung suspended,``to fall, and learn of that fall by telegraph!
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::: haggle - argue about prices (in an attempt to bargain)
::: ineluctable - irresistible; not to be escaped; unavoidable
::: hibernal - wintry; wintery; of or like winter
::: prophylactic - used to prevent disease; N: something prophylactic; condom; N. prophylaxis: prevention of disease
::: wholesome - conducive to mental or physical health; healthful
::: compress - force into less space; squeeze; contract; put into fewer words; N: thick mass of cloth pressed to part of the body to stop bleeding or swelling, reduce fever, etc.
::: discursive - (of a person or writing) digressing; rambling (without any clear plan)
::: debut - d\'ebut; first public appearance; formal presentation of a young woman to society
::: circumlocution - indirect or roundabout expression (by using an uncecessarily large number of words esp. when trying to avoid answering a difficult question directly)