knothole

NOUN
  1. a hole in a board where a knot came out
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How To Use knothole In A Sentence

  • His perch is in the "knothole," an arched opening in the right-field wall at AT & T Park where 100 people can stroll up and watch, free of charge. Watching Baseball Through 'Knothole' Isn't Naughty When Giants Play
  • Who wouldn't like a philandering professor who'd added so many lapidary turns of phrase to my repertoire, including “physiognomy of astuteness” and “a knothole of a town in a stump of a state” about Columbia, Missouri, where my sisters went to college. My Night With the All-College Girl Revue
  • You have to be streetwise," said knotholer Tim Coppola, looking up at another hazard: objects such as beer bottles tumbling from the stadium wall above. Watching Baseball Through 'Knothole' Isn't Naughty When Giants Play
  • I placed my foot onto one of the knotholes on the trunk and hoisted myself up.
  • They build flower boxes, make picture frames from knotholes, and create rustic benches and tables.
  • As I passed the tree, something caught my eye, something in the knothole. Boing Boing
  • Somehow, it reminds me of when I was a kid, sitting in church, bored, staring at the pine wood ceiling, counting or looking for patterns in the knotholes.
  • In he limped, a scarred, brooding figure, whose powerful chilling effect on the men was diluted somewhat when his ivory leg became momentarily stuck in a knothole. Laurence Hughes: Ahab at Starbucks
  • Hansen paid 50 cents to get into the "knothole" section of the north end zone. Statesman - AP Sports
  • I could clearly see the bark, knotholes, even trunk rings in the petrified stumps - an indication of the growth of the trees in spring and summer.
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