bolt-hole definition

  • noun:
    • an easy method of escape
    • someplace of escape or secret refuge
    • In coal-mining, a brief, slim opening designed to link the primary functions aided by the air-head or ventilating drift: used in the doing work associated with the Dudley dense seam, when you look at the South Staffordshire (The united kingdomt) coalfield.
    • a hole through which an animal may bolt whenever pursued into its burrow or den
    • a way of escape
    • a spot of escape or key refuge
    • In coal-mining, a brief, narrow opening designed to link the key workings using the air-head or ventilating drift: found in the doing work of this Dudley dense seam, inside South Staffordshire (The united kingdomt) coalfield.
    • a hole by which an animal may bolt whenever pursued into its burrow or den

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