bunghole

[buhng-hohl]
noun
a hole in a cask through which it is filled.

Origin:
1565–75; bung1 + hole

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bunghole (ˈbʌŋˌhəʊl)
 
n
a hole in a cask, barrel, etc, through which liquid can be poured or drained

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bunghole
"anus," by 1600, from bung + hole.
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bunghole definition


  1. n.
    the mouth. : I've heard enough out of you! Shut your bunghole!
  2. n.
    the anus. (Usually objectionable.) : She tripped and fell down on her bunghole.
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Example sentences
Place the lint-free cloth over the bunghole and place the bung cap on the corner of the cloth to prevent it from shifting.
The funnel screws into the barrel at the bunghole to allow easy and safe emptying of the contents of needle-remover containers.
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