- n. alternative spelling of bullet hole.
- bullet + hole (Wiktionary)
“However, when the truck arrived around noon, the neighbor noticed blood under the head of the horse, and saw what she described as a bullethole, Bates said.”
“A related shot is in Fritz Lang’s “Ministry of Fear”, where a room is plunged into total darkness until someone shoots her brother to death through the door, and for a few moments the light streaming through the bullethole is the only thing visible on-screen.”
“I start at 5'and continue to work with the bow and arrow combo until I can make a perfect bullethole through the paper at all ranges.”
“This pneumatic pressure pump thing, used in an abbatoir to kill cattle, blasts a bolt of air with such force that it blows what looks like a bullethole dead in the centre of the man's forehead.”
“That Band-Aid covering the bullethole did work, and minority home ownership did increase.”
“You're applying a band-aid to a bullethole with this logic, and you & I both know it, kind sir ...”
“A giant maze of concrete and bullethole-pocked buildings and broken asphalt and carbomb husks.”
“If only the rough cut footage were included; if only that minor but indelible line of Mick's dialogue were intact; if only... but this is as gorgeous and complete a version as we've had yet in the US since the film's original X-rated release, and Donald Cammell and Nicolas Roeg's masterpiece is as mind-blowing as ever, so I won't look a gift horse in the -- bullethole.”
“She wakes up on a ship, sharing a room with a girl named Thandi who has what looks like a bullethole in the back of her head.”
“A nincompoop king captured by insolent bullethole of tee-totaler womany man”
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