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  • noun Plural form of hole.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hole.

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Examples

  • *luks in udder room — hmmm whats dis lump ub tape wif two holes innit … *luks inna holes* eww — dose are nose holes …

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  • Every one of the expression holes above results in a property being evaluated.

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  • I am going to put a reservoir in the front and the way you covered up the holes is a great idea.

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  • We should probably applaud CNN for doing something unique among American cable news media -- they actually made an effort to find out what life is like for actual Americans, instead of creating a bunch of hodgepodge panels out of political strategists to expel balloon juice from their word holes.

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  • The arrangement also stipulated that all the works be submitted for MI6 approval, a commitment that resulted in Mr. Hart Dyke's having to remove some details from half a dozen works, leaving what he described as "holes" in the canvases.

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  • The arrangement also stipulated that all the works be submitted for MI6 approval, a commitment that resulted in Mr. Hart Dyke's having to remove some details from half a dozen works, leaving what he described as "holes" in the canvases.

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  • The arrangement also stipulated that all the works be submitted for MI6 approval, a commitment that resulted in Mr. Hart Dyke's having to remove some details from half a dozen works, leaving what he described as "holes" in the canvases.

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  • "When you try to perform with that many kids gone it creates what we call holes; in other words, there's a gap."

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  • "When you try to perform with that many kids gone it creates what we call holes; in other words, there's a gap."

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  • "When you try to perform with that many kids gone it creates what we call holes; in other words, there's a gap."

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