cakehole

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noun cake·hole \ˈkāk-ˌhōl\

Definition of cakehole

plural

cakeholes

British, informal

  1. :  a person's mouth Your cakehole [=(US) pie hole] pumps out two and a half pints of saliva a day to moisten food and coat it with substances that help your absorption of nutrients. — Runner's World, April 2012

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Circa 1943

First Known Use of cakehole

circa 1943


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