Definition of Knotholes

1. Noun. (plural of knothole) ¹



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Definition of Knotholes

1. knothole [n] - See also: knothole

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Knotholes

knorringites
knorrs
knors
knosp
knosps
knot
knot diagram
knot span
knot spans
knot theory
knotberries
knotberry
knotgrass
knotgrasses
knothole
knotholes (current term)
knotless
knotlike
knots
knottable
knotted
knotted marjoram
knottedness
knotter
knotters
knottier
knottiest
knottily
knottiness
knottinesses

Literary usage of Knotholes

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1. Eighty Good Times Out of Doors by Lillian M. Heath (1902)
"COLLECTING knotholes. Few of us have escaped the craze for making collections of one sort or another—be it paintings, china, foreign curios, postage stamps, ..."

2. Concrete Construction for Rural Communities by Roy Andrew Seaton (1918)
"For exposed faces of concrete walls, the lumber should be free from knotholes, irregularities, and slivers, and should be surfaced on one side. ..."

3. Our Field and Forest Trees by Maud Going (1916)
"If the knot is loose it falls out, and the boards are disfigured by " knotholes." This is why the lumbermen prefer the trees which grow straight up with few ..."

4. 739 Paint Questions Answered: A Reference Encyclopedia Answering Knotty by National painters magazine (1904)
"280 — Waterproof Putty for Joints and knotholes in Wooden Floors. A mixture of five parts, by measure, of fresh cheese (the so-called ..."

5. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1880)
"A common summer resident, breeding in deserted woodpecker's holes, knotholes and crevices, especially delighting in favorable situations about bu-ldings; ..."

6. Annual Report by Indiana State Board of Health (1914)
"The windows and doors are screened, but there are numerous knotholes and cracks in the walls that will admit flies in season. ..."

7. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1888)
"It was only knotholes— nothing else ; some empty, and some with their knots in them ; but, oh, if you could have seen those knot-holes ! ..."

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