American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The driving of a golf ball from the tee into the hole in a single stroke.
“And he bites a hole in one of the pouches and squeezes it on the Countess's lips and that's when I started to cry.”
“I bought some of them for Curiosity sake. 2 mile off Wigon towards Warrington (wch was some of my way back againe but for ye Curiosity's sake I did,) is the Burning well wch burns like brandy; its a little sorry hole in one of ye grounds 100 yards from ye Road that Comes from Warrington to Wiggon just by a hedge or banck, its full of dirt and mud almost but the water Continually bubbles up as if it were a pott boyling wch is the spring or severall springs in that place; Nevertheless I felt ye water and it was a Cold Spring.”
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