hhole, hol, holee, holle, hoole, ole
Hole — synonyms, definition
1. hole (Noun)
abyss alcove apartment aperture basin blank bore bowl breach break bunker burrow cakehole cave cavern cavity cell cellar chamber chasm • • •
hole (Noun) — An opening into or through something.
hole (Noun) — An opening deliberately made in or through something.
hole (Noun) — One playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course.
ex. "he played 18 holes"
hole (Noun) — An unoccupied space.
hole (Noun) — A depression hollowed out of solid matter.
hole (Noun) — A fault.
ex. "he shot holes in my argument"
hole (Noun) — Informal term for a difficult situation.
ex. "he got into a terrible hole"
hole (Noun) — Informal term for the mouth.
hole (Noun) — (informal) an unpleasant place.
16 types of
defect depression difficulty fault flaw gap mouth natural depression opening oral cavity oral fissure period of play play playing period rima oris space
air hole aperture armhole blowhole bolt-hole bullet hole bunghole burrow button hole buttonhole cavity chuckhole countersink cranny cup dog's breakfast dog's dinner dogleg earhole eye • • •
2 parts of
golf course links course
2. hole (Verb)
bore hole out penetrate perforate pierce punch puncture riddle
hole (Verb) — (golf) hit the ball into the hole.
hole (Verb) — Make holes in.
4 types of
core out hit hollow hollow out