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Synonyms for pothole

a pit or hole produced by wear or weathering (especially in a road surface)


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McLaughlin has introduced what it says is the industry's first trailer-mounted combination air/water vacuum excavator for potholing utilities.
The unique facility at Hamstead Hall School, Craythorne Avenue, Handsworth Wood, includes a mobile gym and a small caving system for anyone keen to try out potholing.
Potholing has to do with fishing the kelp lines -- a spaghetti-like mass commonly seen just off the coast.
Or take the family canoeing on the river, go potholing, climbing, hiking, horse-riding or cycling.
Saskia plays Rebecca in the film, one of six friends who go potholing in the Appalachian Mountains but are attacked by the monster, known as the Crawler.
The cave, 30 miles from the Swiss border, is not deep and is considered ideal for potholing beginners but, according to experts, only when the weather is right.
As well as identifying bed-rock and water table depths, the Vermeer Interragator II can be used in conjunction with conventional locating and potholing techniques to assist in identifying underground metallic and nonmetallic pipes and cables.
There is substantial rutting and potholing along the length.
Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 A kukri; 2 Franz Mesmer; 3 Potholing or caving; 4 The moccasin; 5 Birmingham; 6 Alexei Kosygin; 7 Costa Rica; 8 Charmian; 9 Rattan; 10 A meteor shower.
But I used to do lots of treks, potholing and abseiling - not that I've done much for a while.
To me, potholing is the most insane occupation imaginable.
The youngsters took part in a week of caving and potholing in the Yorkshire Dales.
The couple met three years ago while on a potholing trip to the Yorkshire Dales.