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  • n. Plural form of eyehole.


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  • 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.

    Robert Loerzel: Getting Lost in 'Sleep No More'

  • 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.

    In a Place of Dreams and Dreamers

  • He bends his eyeholes upward and reaches for the broken light at play.

    Only the Sea Keeps

  • A gunman looked at her through the eyeholes of his ski mask and she looked back.

    The Fall of Mexico

  • Especially when Beaker puts his finger through the eyeholes. (shudder) I guess I should have been warned with the name “Carve-o-Matic”.

    More Muppet Goodness » Comics Worth Reading

  • Powell tugged at the bag on his head, pulling the sweat-dripping eyeholes away from his eyes.

    The Invasion Of Iraq

  • Their forms looked vaguely human, not like sheets with eyeholes cut out.

    The Season of Risks

  • 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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