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  • n. Plural form of knothole.

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Examples

  • Otherwise, knotholers, who named their vantage point after the knotholes in old wooden outfield fences through which fans could sneak peeks, enforce their own unwritten code of conduct.

    Watching Baseball Through 'Knothole' Isn't Naughty When Giants Play

  • Using Dave's chrony like he does reminds me of shooting thru the knotholes of two boards.

    Video Blog: Shooting Over A Chronograph

  • But a closer look reveals the exterior is neither wood nor stucco, but a thick, rough, gray concrete with horizontal ridges and fossil-like knotholes.

    Living in a Model Home

  • But the exterior is neither wood nor stucco, but a thick, rough, gray concrete with horizontal ridges and fossil-like knotholes.

    A New Kind of Model Home

  • A hallway stretched before her, the floor laid out in broad wooden planks, knotholes the size of fists.

    Falling In

  • Dusty light streamed through knotholes in the walls 'wide boards.

    Stalling

  • There's a famous metaphor where several observers glimpse a passing circus parade through knotholes in a wooden fence.

    Bob Burnett: Triage Economics

  • The Paynes raced to their knotholes in time to see the bird flying over right garden.

    Sluggers: Water, Water Everywhere

  • Through one of the few knotholes at eye level, she gazed down at the field.

    Sluggers: Water, Water Everywhere

  • "Some of them get their heads rammed through knotholes, others wind up in orbit about the moon, and the rest are less fortunate."

    Pet Peeve

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