Definition of "bore-hole" []

  • (noun) a hole or passage made by a drill, especially one made for exploratory purposes.

Use "bore-hole" in a sentence

  • "Seventeen days later, when hope of finding them alive seems lost, a probe retracts from a bore-hole with an attached note: "We are all well here in the refuge – the 33.""
  • "The camera was sent down through a bore-hole used for communications."
  • "Wherever they went, they would routinely round up dozens, or even hundreds, of civilians and march them at gun point to a central place, like a school or bore-hole."

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