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abyss a vast pit, too deep to be measured.
bead a small, round object made of material such as glass, wood, or plastic. A bead has a small hole through its center so it can be put on a string to make necklaces or to decorate clothing. [1/3 definitions]
blowhole a hole in ice that covers a body of water. Whales and other sea mammals come to blowholes to breathe. [1/3 definitions]
bore1 to make a hole in with a tool such as a drill. [1/3 definitions]
burrow a hole or tunnel dug by certain animals for use as a hiding place or home. [1/3 definitions]
camera a device for taking photographs. A camera is a closed box with a small hole that allows light to reach the film inside. The light makes images on the film.
cave a natural hole or hollow in the earth. Many caves have openings in a hillside or cliff.
cavity a hollow place or hole.
darn1 to mend by weaving thread or yarn over a hole in cloth.
derrick a tower built over an oil well or other drill hole. It is used to support and move equipment. [1/2 definitions]
dig to make a hole by removing dirt, sand, or the like. [1/6 definitions]
dugout a hole in the ground used as a shelter for protection from storms or bombs. [1/3 definitions]
excavate to make a hole or hollow place in by digging. [1/2 definitions]
eyelet a small hole in cloth or leather with bound or covered edges. An eyelet is used to pass cord or thread through, fasten hooks into, or serve as decoration.
flute a woodwind instrument with a high pitch. It is a long tube with finger holes or keys along it and is played by blowing into a hole near one end.
golf a game played on a large outdoor course with small holes in the ground spaced far apart. Players use a set of special clubs to hit a small white ball into each of the series of holes. There are nine or eighteen holes in a golf course. The object of the game is to get the ball into each hole using as few strokes as possible. [1/2 definitions]
gouge a cut or hole made with something sharp. [1/3 definitions]
grave1 a hole dug in the ground where a dead body is buried.
hawsehole a hole in the bow of a ship through which an anchor cable is passed.
hollow an empty space inside something; hole; cavity; gap. [1/7 definitions]
keyhole a hole in a lock into which a key is put to lock and unlock it.