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Synonyms for air hole

a local region of low pressure or descending air that causes a plane to lose height suddenly

a hole that allows the passage of air

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Disk retouched: raised single-line cross with four filling holes in quarterings; large airhole at edge of disk and grooves from airhole to wick hole.
Immediately, the rescuers were thinking they needed to drill an airhole.
The man said: "You would be OK in there with an airhole.
As though to cap off its charm, a cloud of bubbles bursts from the airhole at the top of its head like a cheery exclamation point.
That everyone (except every single artist I know) seemed to agree that assume vivid astro focus was the hottest thing since Wendy Airhole (because they dared to create retro-poppy, theme park-like environments rather than small, handmade things?
Rescuers in Somerset, Pennsylvania, drilled a six inch-wide airhole and made contact.
The supermarket giant said that the veg had been modified to grow with tapered airholes along the side.
We'd only been in the shop for seconds when Molly, like a homing pigeon, found her way to the cage, where tiny Ronny was sleeping soundly with his little brothers, blissfully unaware that the nice shop assistant would soon scoop him out, stick him in a cardboard box and then hand him to a delighted six-year-old, who would then giggle all the way home as his little pink nose poked through the airholes.
Badgers were placed in a recovery barrel made from a 200 L opaque plastic barrel with cutout airholes, and fitted with a removable lid that could be clamped securely.
That will make a couple of airholes so you can breathe.
Then cover, leaving airholes, and put in a cold, dark cupboard.
There's sparkly collars, navy blue hoodies, a doggy T-shirt by Jimmy Chew or a dog carrying case with airholes, emblazoned with the brand name Pucci.
Mrs Greenwood said: "It had very few airholes and when I touched it it felt very hot.
Others should be dried and placed inside wooden crates or large plastic bags with airholes in and kept in a cool, frost-free outbuilding or shed where they won't get damp.
Soldiers shot into the truck to try and create airholes but only succeeded in killing more people.