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chuckhole

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Pronunciation: /ˈtʃʌkhəʊl
 
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Definition of chuckhole in English:

noun

North American
A hole or rut in a road or track.
Example sentences
  • We bicycled around old town dodging ruts and chuckholes and ignoring the stares from the locals and uniformed children getting out of school.
  • The bad thing about this time of year is all chuckholes and also the debris that is along the curb.
  • They will be cruising along a thoroughfare when an enormous chuckhole appears ahead in the road.

Words that rhyme with chuckhole

buttonholebunghole

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