plughole
Noun

plughole (plural plugholes)

  1. (chiefly, AU, NZ, British) The hole at the bottom of a bath, sink or tub, which can be blocked using a plug; a drain (US)
    • 2004, Andrea Levy, Small Island (novel), London: Review, Chapter Twenty-eight, p. 295,
      The plughole started to slurp loudly as the water went down it.



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