- n. Plural form of pinhole.
“He explained the difficulties of the airship builder, the expense and tendency to "pinholes" of gold-beaters 'skin, the curious fact that chemists had so far failed to discover a gasproof varnish.”
“It even has a couple tiny pinholes where those sweet pointy nipples had been.”
“The aliens, mostly MR-2s, who land here are small in stature, have green-yellowish eyes, two pinholes for a nose, and a very small mouth.”
“My eyes opened and I could feel my pupils constrict to pinholes.”
“Experts say pinholes can develop in fuel-rod casings, allowing small amounts of radiation to be released, although it wasn't known if that was the cause of the problem at the Tsuruga plant.”
“Joe Fig miniaturizes artist's studios into hyper-realistic models, Japanese artist Tabaimo's animated video installation "danDAN" imagines a cross-section of a housing complex, and Gregory Euclides creates small landscapes, some viewed via pinholes.”
“If the gods were smiling on the weather and the telescope and the film, and you weren't even the least bit distracted after staring at these pinholes of light for months on end, you might notice that one of those objects has moved ever so slightly between the two photos.”
“As soon as you close the nozzle, the hose will leak through any pinholes or around the faucet as pressure builds inside.”
“I was vaguely aware of the flesh turning dark purple, and blood oozing out of the thousands of pinholes, but the pain and nausea were what commanded my attention.”
“Her ears, eyebrows, and lips have the telltale pinholes of piercings, and a black barbed-wire tattoo encircles her neck.”
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