Abyss in a sentence

abyss;

[noun]A deep opening; something too deep to measure;

Europhile politicians will do anything to push the country closer to the abyss.

She was in an abyss of despair.

He took me a little farther, and I came close to a giant abyss and it was really dark.

I had heard a ringtone from somewhere in the abyss of my bag.

He is staring from a cliff down into an abyss, a bay, a cove.

Still lost in the abyss of thought, I turned a corner and found a familiar way.

Gandalf fell into the abyss in the Mines of Moria as he battled with the Balrog.

We found ourselves in a black abyss, where no light penetrated.

This is a bridge formed from a petrified tree which lies across a small abyss.

The two of them sat in silence, legs dangling over the edge of the abyss.