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air hole an opening for the intake or discharge of air or gas. [1/3 definitions]
anus in anatomy, the opening at the lower or rear end of the intestines, through which solid waste matter is excreted.
aperture a narrow opening, such as a hole, crack, gap, or slit. [2 definitions]
armhole an opening in a garment meant for the arm to pass through, as into a sleeve.
Ave Maria Hail Mary (Latin); the opening words of a prayer to the Virgin Mary. [1/2 definitions]
balkline a line parallel and close to one end of a billiard table, from behind which the opening shot is made.
bell the flared opening of a musical brass or wind instrument, where the sound emerges. [1/4 definitions]
blaze2 to lead in making or opening, as a new pathway in knowledge. [1/4 definitions]
bloodletting the act or practice of purging by opening a vein; phlebotomy. [1/2 definitions]
bore1 to create (an opening such as a tunnel) by cutting through. [3/7 definitions]
boring1 the act or process of making a hole or other opening with a drill or similar tool. [2/3 definitions]
breach to make an opening or breach in; break through. [1/7 definitions]
can opener a hand-operated device used for opening cans, or an electrical device used for the same purpose.
cardia the opening from the esophagus into the stomach.
cardiac of or pertaining to the opening of the esophagus into the stomach. [1/3 definitions]
cave a natural hollow or series of hollows in the earth, esp. one with an opening in a hillside or cliff. [1/4 definitions]
cecum a cavity opening at only one end, esp. the pouch at the head of the large intestine.
cleft an opening made by or as if by splitting. [1/3 definitions]
clepsydra an ancient device that measured the passage of time by means of a regulated flow of water through an opening; water clock.
coaming a raised border around an opening in a roof, floor, or deck, designed to keep out water.
coelenterate any of numerous invertebrate animals that have tentacles around the oral opening and a single internal cavity for various bodily functions, such as the jellyfishes, anemones, and corals.