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coal hole

noun

  1. informal.
    a small coal cellar


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Example Sentences

He told her once he looked on it as no better than a coal-hole when she was not shining up and down it.

It will be a Fourth of July story, if you please; that is if the bean bag doesn't fall down the coal hole and catch a mosquito.

Not so strange as my finding Hester Sommers in a coal-hole making golden slippers!

Corin shoot up through the street-trap of a coal-hole or pot somebody from behind a chimney-stack!

As it was, he escaped without further punishment; but he got the name from his messmates of “Gregory Coal-hole.”

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