Also high·hold·er [hahy-hohl-der] /ˈhaɪˌhoʊl dər/.
Origin of highhole
1785–95; earlier highwale, hewhole, variant of hickwall
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Examples from the Web for highhole
This note of the highhole is irrepressibly exuberant and ringing with energy.
The most common are: flicker, highhole, yellow-hammer, and golden-winged woodpecker.
The highhole is in evidence, and his rattling call is calculated to awake the sleepers in that pasture at least.