noun (C) a place where you can escape to and hide: a bolthole in the country

Longman dictionary of contemporary English. 2004.

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  • bolthole — bolt·hole (bōltʹhōl ) n. 1. A hole through which to bolt: found a bolthole in the fencing. 2. A place affording escape: “The book offered exotic escape, but one could imagine more alluring boltholes than an ascetic all male community” (Anthony… …   Universalium

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  • bolthole — noun A hole in an animals den, or through a wall or fence, used for escape or emergency exit; i.e. a hole the animal may bolt through …   Wiktionary

  • bolthole — bolt|hole [ boult,houl ] noun count a place where you can hide or where you can go to in order to be alone or escape from danger …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bolthole — see bolt hole …   English dictionary

  • bolthole — n. hole into which an animal can run for safety; hole in the wall of a trench where a soldier can hide or sleep; escape route, path to safety …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bolthole — /ˈboʊlthoʊl/ (say bohlthohl) noun any refuge; place or means of escape: *Every time it all became too much I retreated to my bolt hole in the Union reading room –clive james, 1980 …  

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