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knothole

[ not-hohl ]
/ ˈnɒtˌhoʊl /
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noun
a hole in a board or plank formed by the falling out of a knot or a portion of a knot.
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Origin of knothole

First recorded in 1720–30; knot1 + hole
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British Dictionary definitions for knothole

knothole
/ (ˈnɒtˌhəʊl) /

noun
a hole in a piece of wood where a knot has been
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