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  • n. Plural form of glory-hole.


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  • Glorious (scored by Richard Ayres) finds everyone's favourite anachronist wallowing in a sweaty steampunk-influenced fantasia of gangsters and glory-holes.

    NOW Magazine

  • The strongest action is to resist the clamor of the crowd for the booth, its cheap allure, its glory-holes for ejaculating onto the world.


  • "The reason the edges have that blunted look is partly because they can't be struck as sharp as they can be ground, and then being heated in the glory-holes, and again in the leers softens them down a little.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 14, No. 83, September, 1864

  • And may I go rummaging round in the garrets and glory-holes to furnish it as I like? "

    Eight Cousins


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