Definition of knothole in English:

knothole

Syllabification: knot·hole
Pronunciation: /ˈnäthōl
 
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noun

A hole in a piece of timber where a knot has fallen out, or in a tree trunk where a branch has decayed.
More example sentences
  • Discreet knotholes in the wood provided excellent openings for eavesdropping.
  • 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.
  • 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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