Noun(1) a pit or hole produced by wear or weathering (especially in a road surface
(1) During the hectic work schedule it was hoped they would visit the deepest pothole in Asia, the Ghar Parau, discovered by an English expedition in 1971 which reached 751 metres deep.(2) Balanced on a log suspended over a glacial pothole , she is searching the foot-deep water for endangered howellia and their delicate white florets no bigger than her baby finger.(3) A prehistoric occupation site was discovered at the bottom of a hollow some 600 sq. m. in area, resulting from the collapse of an underground pothole .(4) The refuge's north unit contains the 8,700-acre Medicine Lake, eight smaller lakes, and numerous pothole wetlands.(5) In the prairie pothole region of the United States, blackbirds damage ripening sunflower crops.(6) Pedestrians aren't exactly better off, for they are the ones who get splashed with muddy water every time a vehicle lurches into a pothole .(7) The entire road is a pothole - a red-earth track with occasional rafts of Tarmac which drivers avoid at all costs for fear of wrecking their suspension.(8) The dark hole near Pwll Fanogl, believed by some to be a massive pothole in the limestone, is nearly 30m deep.(9) The sedge meadow community graded into bluejoint-muhly grass wet prairie along its drier boundaries and prairie pothole marsh where water was deeper.(10) The second feature is a deep cave or pothole on Wet Rain Hill, just above Liz's Burn, called Bell Hollow.(11) The front right wheel clattered through a deep pothole filled with dark rain water which splashed up, showering the front of the van.(12) They have just spent four weeks in the Guilin area - close to the Vietnam border - investigating local potholes with a view to identifying a potential show cave.(13) Miscarraiges, dislocated shoulders, broken bones, damaged axels there is enough reason for people to be concerned over the city's potholed roads.(14) Structurally dominated by a small geological fault, it is a cave that typifies the best of Yorkshire potholes : wet, deep, vertical, and culminating in one of the finest shafts in the country.(15) They inhabit swift streams, the backwaters of large rivers, brackish lagoons, and potholes .(16) And as a result of all the growth, plush restaurants have popped up beside the potholed roads and property prices have shot up, especially for trendy condominiums.
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