Hole synonyms

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A sudden interruption of continuity; a gap.
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A narrow crack or fissure, as in a rock or wall.
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The quantity or amount by which anything falls short.
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A sunken area in a garage floor from which mechanics may work on cars.
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The act or an instance of perforating or piercing
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A pit; a hollow.
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Deep means a part of water, earth or space that is known to be one of most extreme known to science.
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Something that is difficult, as a hard problem or an obstacle or objection
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(UK, archaic) A lead counter used in the game of chuck-farthing.
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(Games) An area inhabited by enemies, containing story objectives, treasure and bosses.
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A long narrow opening; a crack or cleft.
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(Baseball) The regions between the outfielders.
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An indented or concave surface or area.
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An interval of time required by the Roman Catholic Church between the attainment of different degrees of an order.
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A small opening; a small pit or depression; a small blank space; a gap or vacancy; a hiatus.
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A place inhabited by a wild animal, often a cave or a hole in the ground.
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A hall or corridor that is an entrance or exit or onto which several rooms open; passageway
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(Mathematics) that portion of a surface that remains after an open disk is removed from it
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(Football) The protected area behind the offensive line, from which the quarterback passes the ball
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(Games) Absence of cards of a particular suit in a dealt hand:
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To create a hole in the skin for the purpose of inserting jewelry
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To put (gravel, for example) through a coarse sieve.
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(Mining) Soft material lying between the wall of a vein and the solid vein.
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An opening, tear, or rupture.
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The result of breaking, as a crack, separation, or opening:
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The definition of a rupture is an instance where something bursts or suddenly breaks.
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A bunghole.
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A small cavern or hollow place in the side of a hill, or among rocks; especially, a cave used by a wild animal for shelter or concealment.
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A deep round hole worn in rock by loose stones whirling in strong rapids or waterfalls.
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A long, straight, narrow cut or opening.
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A rock-boring tool used in mining for sinking shafts.
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The definition of an abyss is an extremely deep or bottomless hole or chasm, either literal or figurative.
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(Mining) A heap or heaps of rubbish or refuse.
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The quality or condition of being concave
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A cave or cavern.
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The definition of a cover is something that goes over, rests on the surface or provides a place to hide.
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A small opening, as in a wall or rock face; a crevice.
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The act or process of excavating.
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A metal ring designed to reinforce such a hole; a grommet.
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(Sports) A service of the ball that violates the rules in tennis and similar games.
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Such a passage that has been created intentionally, especially a surgically constructed connection between an artery and a vein that is used for vascular access in hemodialysis.
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(Informal) A clear understanding or evaluation
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A defect or error in a contract or other document which may make the document invalid.
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An opening or orifice, as in a bone or in the covering of the ovule of a plant.
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An artificial structure or excavation made to resemble a cave or cavern.
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An English and north-west European topographic surname for someone who lived by a small wood.
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An open shed for sheltering cattle, or protecting produce, etc., from the weather.
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The definition of an inlet is an opening, or a thin strip of water that comes from a larger body of water.
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(Uncountable) Confinement in a jail.
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(Countable, baseball) A difficult situation for a pitcher or defending team.
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An amount leaked:
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A slit in a castle wall. Later: any similar window for shooting a weapon or letting in light.
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A hole in the ground used to access the sewers or other underground vaults and installations.
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Plural form of meatus
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A disagreeable mixture or confusion of things; hence, a situation resulting from blundering or from misunderstanding; a disorder.
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A tunnel dug under an enemy emplacement to destroy it by explosives, cause it to collapse, or gain access to it for an attack.
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(Printing) A hole cut in a plate for insertion of type.
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The definition of a muse is a spirit or source that inspires an artist.
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A small hole or gap through which a wild animal passes; a muse.
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The range of environmental conditions within which the members of a given species can survive and reproduce.
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Nook is defined as a brand of e-reader.
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A mouth or aperture, as of a tube, pipe, etc.; an opening; as,
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In particular, either end of the cervix, internal (to the uterus) or external (to the vagina).
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Any of the openings of a sponge though which water passes out
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(Logic) One of the basic states or classifications described by Aristotle into which all things can be placed; a category.
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(Uncountable) Confinement in prison.
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Alexander Pope
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A decline in value:
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A similar outlet in a building, as for water to run off from a floor or roof
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The lid or hatch of such an opening.
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A long, narrow, often vertical passage sunk into the earth, as for mining ore; a tunnel.
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A narrow notch, groove, or opening, as a keyway in a piece of machinery, a slit for a coin in a vending machine, etc.
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Any of various similar openings for the passage of air or respiratory water, as in tadpoles
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(Medicine) A surgical instrument used to remove a circular section of bone from the skull; a trepan.
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A vessel with a broad mouth at one end, a pipe or tube at the other, for conveying liquor, fluids, etc., into casks, bottles, or other vessels; a funnel.
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A space relatively empty of matter.
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(Zool.) The excretory opening in animals; esp., the external opening of the cloaca in birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fishes
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To draw off (a liquid) by piercing a hole in a cask or other container.
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(Slang) To understand fully:
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Excavate is defined as to dig a hole, or to uncover and remove something from the ground.
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To pass into or through something.
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To remove burrs and debris from a freshly bored hole.
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A pointed instrument for piercing small holes, as in leather or wood; used by shoemakers, saddlers, cabinetmakers, etc. The blade is differently shaped and pointed for different uses, as in the brad awl, saddler's awl, shoemaker's awl, etc.
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(Informal) A particular kind of action, situation, or behavior:
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A thick, blunt needle for drawing ribbon or tape through a hem, etc.
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The definition of a bore is something or someone dull and uninteresting.
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opening in solid object
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A pointed tool used to make holes in the soil for seeds, bulbs, or young plants
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The sound of drilling or boring
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A small, sharp-pointed instrument used in piercing eyelet holes; a stiletto.
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A small boring tool with a handle at right angles to a shaft having at the other end a spiral, pointed cutting edge
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opening in solid object
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An imperforate stamp
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The state of being without perforation.
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Pink is to the highest degree.
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(Slang) Something inferior, useless, or defective, especially an old, worn-out horse.
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(Game of Go) a move with multiple answers seeking to make the opponent choose and commit to a strategy
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A beverage of fruit juices and sometimes a soft drink or carbonated water, often spiced and mixed with a wine or liquor base.
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A split log or heavy slab of timber with the face smoothed, used for flooring or construction.
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The valve or plug in a faucet
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A wooden plug; a bung.
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(Surgery) A slender probe
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Any of numerous hand tools for boring holes.
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Anything that closes or shuts
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(Chemistry) A substance in the fundamental state of matter that retains its size and shape without need of a container (as opposed to a liquid or gas).
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Any condition, circumstance, opportunity or means, particularly favorable to success, or to any desired end.
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That which is helpful; advantage; financial assistance; gain; privilege; profit.
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Good luck
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An opening, such as a hole, gap, or slit.
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The opening between the jaws of a vise, etc.
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A passage for escape or exit; a vent.
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A crude or makeshift dwelling or shelter; a shack.
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A crude, roughly built hut or cabin.
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A roughly built, often ramshackle cabin; a shack.
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A trap or predicament.
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A speculative monopoly of a stock or commodity created by purchasing all or most of the available supply in order to raise its price.
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Waters suitable for deep-draft ships, especially ocean-going.
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(Loosely) A difficult circumstance or problem.
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The official West Germanic language of the Netherlands and one of the official languages of Belgium.
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(Computing, graphical user interface) Part of a control that responds dynamically as the user moves the pointer over it, as for example in an image map.
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Trouble; difficulty:
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(Now chiefly dialectal) One's office; duty; charge.
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(Figuratively) A perilous, mixed up and troubled situation; a hopeless tangle; a predicament.
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An awkward set of circumstances.
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(Cant) Dope (illicit drug, used for making horses run faster or to change their personality).
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A difficulty, problem, condition, or action contributing to such a situation.
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To combine with, form a bond with, or be taken up by a chemical or chemical structure. An enzyme, for example, is structured in such a way as to be able to bind with its substrate.
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The definition of a pickle is an awkward or difficult situation.
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A locality; place
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Curving outward, like the outer boundary of a circle or sphere.
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Any of various tournaments, esp. in golf or tennis, open to both professionals and amateurs
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The process of keeping (something or someone) safe.
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(Slang) Incriminating information or evidence:
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A diminutive of the male given name Richard.
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A difficult, often embarrassing situation or condition
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one playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course
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A trapdoor.
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(Slang) The mouth.
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The mouth, stomach, jaws, or gullet of a voracious animal, especially a carnivore.
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(Slang) Noisy, stupid talk; jabber
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The definition of a gob is a lump of something to a large quantity of something.
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A confused or disordered condition; mess, jumble, etc.
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(Idiomatic) A situation which is recognized as different from or as an alternative to some other situation, and which is not necessarily unfavorable.
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(Intransitive, golf) To complete a hole by sinking the ball.
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(Anatomy) a small air sac in the lungs, where oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged with the blood.
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(Scotland) bridge
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(Computing) A fast temporary storage where recently or frequently used information is stored to avoid having to reload it from a slower storage medium.
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The definition of a cave is a hollow place, particularly one inside the earth.
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The definition of a cavern is a large cave.
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The definition of chamber is an enclosed room or space, especially one in a legislative building, or the group that meets for a particular purpose or within a particular space.
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(Now rare) A pit or den.
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A reduction in physiological vigor or activity:
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A specific pattern or series of beginning moves in certain games, especially chess.
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