Definition of Bungholes

1. Noun. (plural of bunghole) ¹



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Definition of Bungholes

1. bunghole [n] - See also: bunghole

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bungholes

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
bungholes (current term)
bungie
bungies
bunging
bungle
bungled
bungler
bunglers
bungles
bunglesome
bungling
bunglingly
bunglings
bungo
bungpagga

Literary usage of Bungholes

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1. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1853)
"When the goods arrived in London, it was found that nine of the casks at the top of the loading, under the main hatchway, were lying with their bungholes ..."

2. A Practical Treatise on the Manufacture of Starch, Glucose, Starch-sugar by Julius Frankel, Ladislaus von W√°gner (1881)
"The liquid standing ahove the deposit in the vat is gradually drained off through the bungholes until the slimy portion of the deposit is reached. ..."

3. Saw-mills: Their Arrangement and Management ; and the Economical Conversion by Manfred Powis Bale (1896)
"For boring and reaming out bungholes, &c., a centre bit, fitted with a taper reamer ... 42. type in use for boring bungholes has a volute-shaped blade, ..."

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