A place into which dirty water, etc., is thrown; a sink. Also jaw-box, jaw-foot.(noun)
An opening in the ground; the entrance to a cave or cavern.(noun)
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Use "jaw-hole" in a sentence
"Jock moved on westward, by the end of the house, leading Mannerings horse by the bridle, and piloting, with some dexterity, along the little path which bordered the formidable jaw-hole, whose vicinity the stranger was made sensible of by means of more organs than one."
"Ye maun haud wessel by the end o the loan, and take tent o the jaw-hole."
"'Ye maun baud wessel by the end o' the loan, and take tent o 'the jaw-hole.'"