eyehole

noun
eye·​hole | \ ˈī-ˌhōl How to pronounce eyehole (audio) \

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Examples of eyehole in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Arredondo-Brock’s piece really opens up when one looks inside the eyeholes of the mask and sees a stream of words in the form of thought bubbles that have been created inside. Darryl Ratcliff, Dallas News, "‘Lucha Libre 2020’ exhibition brings a wealth of artistic talent to Oak Cliff Cultural Center," 27 Jan. 2020 Will Cousin Greg throw up out of the eyeholes of a children’s costume again? Emma Specter, Vogue, "Everything We Know About Season 3 of Succession," 25 Sep. 2019 Cut eyeholes in your pumpkin, and attach plastic eyeballs (available at party supply stores) inside the sockets to give the face a spooky stare. Woman's Day Staff, Woman's Day, "Pumpkins with Personality," 9 Sep. 2019 On the book’s cover, a rabbit residing in the hollow head of a hawk-nosed mannequin-man peers out through an eyehole at dangers that are left unspecified. Joel Smith, The New York Review of Books, "A Mind in Line," 18 Apr. 2019 To re-create, simply roll out the clay and cut into circles using a cookie cutter or knife. Poke two eyeholes and drape over foam craft balls or ping pong balls to dry. Taysha Murtaugh, Country Living, "Dollar-Store Tea Lights Make the Most Boo-tiful Halloween Ghosts Ever," 2 Oct. 2018 There is nothing silly about what these women are up to, and yet we are supposed to laugh at the concept of Hendricks in a face mask, her sparkling blue eyes radiating out from the eyeholes. Rachel Syme, The New Republic, "In Good Girls, Ordinary Women Turn to Crime," 28 Feb. 2018 The soft-foam helmet has black eye inserts shaped like eggs and tilted out so that the bottoms splay outward to keep the eyeholes from falling in on themselves when the sheet is on top. Tim Grierson, Popular Mechanics, "The 2018 Incredibly Special Effects Awards," 26 Feb. 2018 Nothing on the poster seems entirely black or white, except for the abyssal eyeholes in the bedsheet that represents the ghost. Luke Hicks, Chicago Reader, "Time is of the essence in David Lowery’s A Ghost Story," 27 July 2017

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First Known Use of eyehole

1572, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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16 Feb 2020

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“Eyehole.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/eyehole. Accessed 25 Feb. 2020.

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eyehole

noun
eye·​hole | \ ˈī-ˌhōl How to pronounce eyehole (audio) \

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