rip a hole

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Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of rip a hole

: to make a hole by tearing
  • The dog ripped a hole in the pillow.

Word by Word Definitions

rip play
  1. : to tear or split apart or open

  2. : to saw or split (wood) with the grain

  3. : to slash or slit with or as if with a sharp blade

  1. : a rent made by ripping : tear

  2. : cut

  1. : a body of water made rough by the meeting of opposing tides, currents, or winds

  2. : a current of water roughened by passing over an irregular bottom

  3. : rip current

  1. : a dissolute person : libertine

hole play
  1. : an opening through something : perforation

  2. : an area where something is missing : gap: such as

  3. : a serious discrepancy : flaw, weakness

  1. : to make an opening through or a hollowed-out place in (as by cutting, digging, boring, or shooting at) : to make a hole (see 1hole) in

  2. : to drive or hit into a hole

  3. : to make an opening through or a hollowed-out place in something : to make a hole in something


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