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pithead

noun pit·head \ˈpit-ˌhed\

: the top of a coal mine and the area and buildings around it

Full Definition of PITHEAD

chiefly British
:  the top of a mining pit or coal shaft; also :  the immediately adjacent ground and buildings

First Known Use of PITHEAD

1839

Rhymes with PITHEAD

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