: a hole in a board or tree trunk where a knot or branch has come out
Examples of knothole in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebAll of it from the narrow knothole that is our point of view.
Washington Post, 27 Jan. 2022 In addition to the knothole described above, the company plans to consult a community advisory committee, whose members will sign a nondisclosure agreement.
Steven Litt, cleveland, 4 July 2021 The Harding Park knothole gang had an eventful day Thursday at the opening of the PGA Championship.
Scott Ostler, SFChronicle.com, 6 Aug. 2020 For those Little League/knothole baseball and softball players playing on summer teams, the diamond can get toasty.
Shelby Dermer, Cincinnati.com, 3 July 2018 Veteran scouts recently regaled USA TODAY Sports in stories of a knothole between the clubhouse and the dugout at the old Polo Grounds, with the manager able to relay signs to the hitter.
Bob Nightengale, USA TODAY, 15 Sep. 2017
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