Definitions for knotholeˈnɒtˌhoʊl

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

knot•holeˈnɒtˌhoʊl(n.)

  1. a hole in a board or plank formed by the falling out of a knot or a portion of a knot.

Origin of knothole:

1720–30

Princeton's WordNet

  1. knothole(noun)

    a hole in a board where a knot came out

Wiktionary

  1. knothole(Noun)

    In a piece of lumber, a knothole is a void left by a knot in the wood; such holes are often convenient for peering through when they occur in fences.

  2. Origin: knot + hole

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