|hole in a cask, hole in barrel||bunghole|
|(Archaic) firearm with a long barrel, harquebus||arquebus|
|(Slang) chimney, cask, measure of volume||tun|
|360-degree turn in vehicle, donut, ring-shaped object, round cake with hole or filling, small sweet pastry which is usually fried (also donut)||doughnut|
|a pothole, large hole in a road||chuckhole|
|a push, abut, bang, bump; interrupt, disturb; push with the head or horns (like a goat or calf), butt joint, buttocks, cask, cigarette end, goal, hinge, mound behind target, object of ridicule or contempt, ram somebody or something, stick out, stump, s...||butt|
|ability to jump, or the height reached, altitude, angle in surveying, angle of a gun barrel above horizontal, architectural drawing of a side of building, degree of being raised, height above a location, height of something; altitude above sea or groun...||elevation|
|ability, bore of firearm, diameter (of a gun barrel, artery, etc.); quality; importance, size of bullet||caliber|
|accidental escape of electricity, accidental escape or entry, act of urination, allow a liquid or other substance to enter or escape through a small hole or opening; escape or pass through a leak; divulge confidential or secret information; let secret ...||leak|
|accost somebody, boutonniere, give something buttonholes, hole for button, physically grab someone to gain their attention, compel someone to listen, sew with buttonhole stitch, small hole in clothing through which a button is fastened; flower on the l...||buttonhole|
|act of boring a hole; hole that has been drilled||drilling|
|act of hollowing out, act of digging out; act of unearthing, act of laying bare; dig, excavation site (i.e. archeological dig), excavating, hole made by digging||excavation|
|acupuncture tool, conifer leaf, engraving tool, knitting tool, obelisk, pointed crystal, pointed part, pointer, provocation, provoke, sew, stitch; prick; be sarcastic; tease, sewing tool, slender pointed tools (usually of metal, often with a hole a one...||needle|
|add something to raise a surface level, become abundant, choose somebody, close up a hole, cover a blank area, enough to make a container full, hold office, improvised music, make somebody feel something powerfully, make something full or become full, ...||fill|
|adorn or cover with beads; form into beads, collect in droplets, ball for a necklace, building or furniture trim, decorate with beads, deposit of metal, drop of moisture, gun sight, rosary, seal on a tire, small object with a hole in the center (thread...||bead|
|African monkey, bore a hole with a drill, bore a hole; practice, train; sow seeds in rows, boring tool with drill, furrow for seeds, part of tool that bores holes, plant with drill, planted row of seeds, practice marching, predatory mollusk, repeated e...||drill|
|agitated, shocked, deeply upset, set of timber parts for barrel, shake, bundle of grain or corn; set of wood and metal pieces for constructing a barrel or box||shook|
|air bubble in fluid, air hole, downward air current||air pocket|
|air hole, opening which allows the passage of air; (Zoology) respiratory aperture (as in whales, sharks, spiders, etc.), blowhole, small aperture in an insect, small gill slit, vent in lava flow||spiracle|
|air pocket, hole in ice, ventilation hole||air hole|
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