Entry from British & World English dictionary
A peephole, especially one in a door for observing callers before opening.
- Ms Lomax looked through a spyhole in her front door and, seeing the figure in Halloween costume, decided not to open it.
- We find a locked door, with a little spyhole, and ring a bell.
- The door will be equipped with a spyhole and strong locks.
Words that rhyme with spyholeeyehole
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