I can't find an answer to this question that my students and I are debating about. Is crevice an abstract or concrete noun?
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You're perhaps puzzled because a crevice is an empty space, but it's still a feature of the real world and so it's a concrete noun.
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"Abstract nouns: You cannot see them, hear them, smell them, taste them, or feel them."
My rock-climbing friends find crevices to be wonderfully concrete...