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foxhole

noun fox·hole \ˈfäks-ˌhōl\

: a hole dug for a soldier to sit or lie in for protection from the enemy

Full Definition of FOXHOLE

:  a pit dug usually hastily for individual cover from enemy fire

First Known Use of FOXHOLE

1919

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