from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The socket of an eye.
- n. See peephole.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The hole to which the viewer places his or her eye in a device such as a telescope.
- n. The hole in a helmet, skull, etc. corresponding to the position of the eye.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A circular opening to recive a hook, cord, ring, or rope; an eyelet.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A hole or an opening, as in a mask, or in a curtain or door, through which one may look; a peep-hole.
- n. A circular opening, as in a bar, to receive a pin, hook, rope, or ring; an eye.
- n. One of the three orifices of a cocoanut. Also eye-spot.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a small hole (usually round and finished around the edges) in cloth or leather for the passage of a cord or hook or bar
- n. a hole (in a door or an oven etc) through which you can peep
At this point I am visualising going around in a large brown paper bag with eyehole slits.
It's the old thread the needle analogy, but the eyehole may have gotten a little bigger since yesterday's discussion.
He wound the string through the eyehole and got it spinning on the pad of his finger, the rotor tumbling inside the whirring gimbals while the exterior remained fixed.
Lisa Fetch answers the door of her condo after peering through the eyehole.
Next he reached into the crate and withdrew a metal rod, about four feet long and two inches round, pointed on one end and looped on the other to create an eyehole.
A diabetic who was running low on insulin, he peeked through the eyehole in hope of rescue and saw three uniformed men with assault rifles, he says.
Instead of wearing an eyepatch, why doesn't Alan Scott just leave one eyehole of his mask closed?
First, I balanced the heavy plastic base of the portable basketball system while Jean-Marc tried to insert a heavy three-meter pole, connecting a dangling bolt with a hard-to-see, impossible-to-reach eyehole.
Grabbing one lash, she dabbed special glue on it, then carefully reached into the eyehole of her mask and applied it.
I happened to be staring at the eyehole, and i saw it turn dark then light again.
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