Definition of "post-hole" []

  • A hole cut in the ground to receive the end of a fence-post. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "post-hole" in a sentence
  • "The first thing the Clinton camp is doing with the money they raised after PA (well, the second, after paying off Mark Penn, I guess), is buying a truckload of post-hole diggers so they can move the goalposts some more."
  • "The gun has the same psychic allure as your post-hole digger."
  • "A rudimentary pump was put into action with a hole dug into the creek bed by post-hole auger and while it graciously produced a stream of water at first it too faded into obscurity."