Definition of Bunghole

1. Noun. Vulgar slang for anus.

Exact synonyms: Arse, Arsehole, Asshole
Generic synonyms: Anus
Language type: Argot, Cant, Jargon, Lingo, Patois, Slang, Vernacular



2. Noun. A hole in a barrel or cask; used to fill or empty it.
Generic synonyms: Hole

Definition of Bunghole

1. n. See Bung, n., 2.

Definition of Bunghole

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of bung-hole) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Bunghole

1. a hole in a keg or barrel [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bunghole

bungee cord
bungee cords
bungee jump
bungee jumper
bungee jumpers
bungee jumping
bungee jumpings
bungee line
bungee lines
bungee rope
bungee ropes
bungees
bungey
bungeys
bungfu
bunghole (current term)
bungholes
bungie
bungies
bunging
bungle
bungled
bungler
bunglers
bungles
bunglesome
bungling
bunglingly
bunglings
bungo

Literary usage of Bunghole

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1. Journal of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States by Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, Association of Military Surgeons of the United States Meeting (1903)
"Another feature is the bunghole. I took the idea of the bunghole from the port hole of a ship with which you are familiar. Our covers are made exactly on ..."

2. American Wit and Humor: A Collection from Various Sources Classified Under (1900)
"Now, if the horse had pulled the barrel out of the bunghole and slacked its thirst with the plug, or if the barrel had pulled the bunghole out of the plug ..."

3. The Red Dragon: The National Magazine of Wales edited by Charles Wilkins, James Harris (1884)
"Now, if the horse had pulled the barrel out of the bunghole and slaked his thirst with the plug, or if the barrel had pulled the bung- hole out of the horse ..."

4. The Resources of California: Comprising Agriculture, Mining, Geography by John Shertzer Hittell (1869)
"The cask lies upon its side, the bunghole is left open, and in three or four days the fermentation begins; in three or four more its period of greatest ..."

5. The Oregon Territory, and the British North American Fur Trade: With an by John Dunn (1845)
"After the oil ceases to rise to the circle round the bunghole, the salmon is then supposed to be sufficiently ..."

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