HOLE antonym


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  • S: (v) hole hole_out (hit the ball into the hole ),
  • S: (v) hole (make holes in ),
  • S: (n) hole (an opening into or through something ),
  • S: (n) hole (an opening deliberately made in or through something ),
  • S: (n) hole golf_hole (one playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course), he played 18 holes
  • S: (n) hole (an unoccupied space ),
  • S: (n) hole hollow (a depression hollowed out of solid matter ),
  • S: (n) hole (a fault), he shot holes in my argument
  • S: (n) fix, hole jam, mess, muddle, pickle, kettle_of_fish (informal terms for a difficult situation), he got into a terrible fix, he made a muddle of his marriage
  • S: (n) trap, cakehole, hole maw, yap, gob (informal terms for the mouth ),
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