9 Metaphors for pit

A dry pit or frame is sufficient protection in the winter; they merely require to be kept from frost.

The pit, often a very pandemonium, was the chief scene of this sport.

And yet, dog my skin, but the heat o' that er pit was suthin hidyus and frightful; ye couldn't stand within a hundred yards of it, and they could feel it on the stage road three miles over yon, t'other side the mountain.

The pits are the receptacles of the dust of generations, and I am told that so much of it is drained off by the rainfall, as described, that they have never been filled.

The pit was a mass of glowing stones, and half a dozen men whom I knew were spreading them as evenly as possible, turning them with long poles.

And in this place I will make explanation why that I speak somewhiles of fire-pits and otherwhiles of fire-holes; for the holes did be those fires that burned nigh to the brim of the holes; but the pits were those places where the fire was deeply in the earth.

What I have narrated had not taken five minutes, for the pits were not more than a hundred yards from the edge of the swamp.

The pit and gallery were the audience which we had to reach.

In simple words, the Pit was merely the cramped and narrow quarters of the poor, where many nationalities crowded together in cosmopolitan confusion, and lived as best they could, amid much dirt and squalor.

9 Metaphors for  pit