Definition of Chuckholes

1. Noun. (plural of chuckhole) ¹



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Definition of Chuckholes

1. chuckhole [n] - See also: chuckhole

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chuckholes

chuck steaks
chuck up
chuck up the sponge
chuck wagon
chuckawalla
chuckawallas
chucked
chucked up
chucker
chucker-out
chuckers
chuckey
chuckeys
chuckhole
chuckholes (current term)
chuckie
chuckies
chucking
chucking up
chuckle
chuckled
chucklehead
chuckleheaded
chuckleheads
chuckler
chucklers
chuckles
chucklesome
chuckling

Literary usage of Chuckholes

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1. Shakers of Ohio: Fugitive Papers Concerning the Shakers of Ohio, with by John Patterson MacLean (1907)
"The worst mudhole I struck was Hamilton, the streets being full of chuckholes. The lower road from Hamilton to Millville was so out of repair I had ..."

2. Culture of the Citrus in California by Byron Martin Lelong, California State Board of Horticulture (1902)
"Loaded wagons should never be allowed to trot or bump over plow furrows, ditches, or chuckholes. " If dirty fruit has to be washed, let this process be ..."

3. History of the City of Columbus, Capital of Ohio by W. W. Munsell & Co, Alfred Emory Lee (1892)
"The streets abounded in "chuckholes," ponds of stagnant water stood on the commons, primitive swamps remained yet undrained, ashes, shavings and trash of ..."

4. Handbook of Construction Equipment: Its Cost and Use by Richard Turner Dana (1921)
"... In many places it is necessary to scarify the surface in order to reshape it and remove the chuckholes and waves. On work of this latter class the ..."

5. Vitrified Paving Brick: A Review of Present Practice in the Manufacture by Herbert Allen Wheeler (1910)
"If it is patched with new blocks, the latter are so much more resistant than the older, softer blocks that each patch soon doubles the number of chuckholes, ..."

6. The Young Woman's Journal (1889)
"... roomy, progressive West, has come near falling into the chuckholes of the old, beaten, dusty track of those publications which from time immemorial have ..."

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