shakehole

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

shake +‎ hole

Noun[edit]

shakehole (plural shakeholes)

  1. (Britain, Northern England) A steep-sided, often conical, depression caused by slumping of ground into a cavity beneath. Shakeholes may or may not contain a cave entrance and/or a stream sink.

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