- n. Plural form of eyehole.
“You looked through two eyeholes at two separate pictures, and somehow the pictures merged into one that was three-dimensional and looked so real you felt you could reach out and touch it.”
“I was lost in a dream for three hours one night last week in New York -- wandering through the rooms of a haunted hotel, running up and down stairs as I chased after the characters from a Shakespeare tragedy, witnessing blood spilled and washed off their bodies, watching it all through the eyeholes of a white Venetian mask.”
“Any museum-goer who has peeped through the eyeholes in the rough wooden-door façade of Marcel Duchamp's "Etant Donnés" 1946-66 and caught sight of that work's sprawling, naked, female mannequin will get a sense of what espying Eiko and Koma feels like.”
“He bends his eyeholes upward and reaches for the broken light at play.”
“A gunman looked at her through the eyeholes of his ski mask and she looked back.”
“Especially when Beaker puts his finger through the eyeholes. (shudder) I guess I should have been warned with the name “Carve-o-Matic”.”
“Powell tugged at the bag on his head, pulling the sweat-dripping eyeholes away from his eyes.”
“Their forms looked vaguely human, not like sheets with eyeholes cut out.”
“Through the horse head eyeholes I can see Deanna and most of the other Cheerleaders clapping and shouting, and Heidi scowling at me, clapping halfheartedly from the bottom bleacher, where she sits with Aloha and Daphne.”
“He turned back to look at her, and in the eyeholes of the mask she could see midnight blue.”
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