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aperture a narrow opening, such as a hole, crack, gap, or slit. [1/2 definitions]
button any of various small, usually round, fasteners which are attached to a garment and designed to slide through a slit or loop. They may also be used purely for decoration. [2/7 definitions]
buttonhole a small slit in a garment through which a button can be fastened. [1/3 definitions]
fricative in phonetics, pronounced with a rush of air through a narrow slit or passage formed within the mouth. [1/2 definitions]
graft1 a detached portion of a plant, such as a shoot, that is placed into a slit or the like on another plant so as to become a living part of it. [1/9 definitions]
loophole a small slit, hole, or opening, esp. one in the walls of a fort, for the discharge of firearms. [1/3 definitions]
pierce to create a hole, slit, or the like in. [2/6 definitions]
placket a slit at the top of a blouse, skirt, or the like, that makes it easier to put on and take off.
rent2 an opening resulting from a tear, slit, or cut. [1/3 definitions]
slash a cut, gash, slit, or mark made with such a stroke. [1/9 definitions]
slitless combined form of slit.
thread to pass (something) through a hole or slit, often to secure it inside (something), as on sprockets. [1/12 definitions]