Definition of Pinholes

1. Noun. (plural of pinhole) ¹



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Definition of Pinholes

1. pinhole [n] - See also: pinhole

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pinholes

pinguid
pinguidinous
pinguidity
pinguin
pinguins
pinguitude
pinhead
pinheaded
pinheadedness
pinheadednesses
pinheads
pinhold
pinholds
pinhole
pinhole camera
pinholes (current term)
pinic
pinic acid
pinier
pinies
piniest
piniform
pinin
pining
piningly
pinion and crown wheel
pinion and ring gear
pinioned
pinioning

Literary usage of Pinholes

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1. Photographic Mosaics by Edward L Wilson, M Carey Lea (1870)
"British Journal of Photography, ON pinholes. BY BW KILBURN. JE have read a great deal of complaint in the Journals about pinholes, their causes and their ..."

2. Letters from Abroad to Kindred at Home by Catharine Maria Sedgwick (1841)
"The man told us they had the art of emptying the eggshell by perforating it with two pinholes, and blowing out the contents; whereupon the captain, ..."

3. The Complete Photographer by Roger Child Bayley (1906)
"... work—The character of the definition—Making pinholes—Measuring them —The sizes of needles—The camera extension—Arranging the subject—Over- exposure ..."

4. Wilson's Photographics: A Series of Lessons, Accompanied by Notes, on All by Edward Livingston Wilson (1881)
"pinholes from dust are irregular, as regards size, and scattered ... pinholes from unsettled collodion aro very numerous, and regularly scattered over the ..."

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