knothole : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a hole in a board where a knot came out
- As old as ballparks is the box-office problem of the peeping urchin at the knothole.
- That particular acacia lost its anonymity in mid-July when a stream of tea-colored "water" began spewing from a knothole in a limb 25 ft.
- A high New York State court, peering through a knothole in a legal fence, decided fortnight ago that Nudist Vincent Burke was not guilty of "indecent exposure and openly outraging.
- Donovan in Forbes
You have a tendency to view everything in your life through your knothole and your own eyes,Donovan said. "Sometimes it's nice to view the world from a different viewpoint. When you can see what other people have to deal or how fortunate...
- Ted Williams in MLB.com
I saw him come to bat in batting practice,Williams said. "I was looking through a knothole, and I said, 'Geez, does that guy look good.' It was my first look at an all-time great. A kid copies what he sees. ...... If he never sees it,...
- Jim McNerney in BusinessWeek
What we are doing with Mitsubishi and Alenia is adding our resources to supplement theirs to get them through the knothole,McNerney said. "Both are making good progress. I think part of the task is to recognize the problem early,...