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eyehole

(ī′hōl′)
n.
1. The socket of an eye.
2. See peephole.
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Use the cardboard to make a mask, remembering to cut out eyeholes and two ears at the top.
Sometimes, someone would buy a mask, but more often we'd use the beards from the church's Christmas pageant costume box, or cut eyeholes and a mouth in an old sheet.
A terrified Julie, along with the rest of the company, had to leave the theatre and pass through an eerie mob dressed in white gowns and pointed masks with eyeholes torn out of them.
Rather than cutting eyeholes in them, we painted on the eyes.
The emu-faced England manager Roy Hodgson (above) was ridiculed this week for complaining about newspaper espionage but he had a point - all the papers had eyeholes in them.
The Moretta (meaning dark one lady) or Servetta muta (meaning mute servant woman) was a small strapless black velvet oval mask with wide eyeholes and no lips or mouth worn by patrician women and sometimes finished off with a veil.
The five-minute video released by Islamic State, now the focus of intensive forensic analysis by British and American authorities, is narrated in part by the killer, wearing a black hood with eyeholes, who addresses the camera in English before putting a knife in his left hand to the journalist's throat.
His friends helped him in his endeavour by stealing a Klan outfit and as the mask only had little round eyeholes it showed no skin.
The actor posed for photographers in a stylish tuxedo -- and a paper bag with eyeholes and the words "I am not famous anymore" written across it.
With no traditional masks to be found, she called for a brown paper bag, cut eyeholes in it, and pulled it over her head to help her recollect the appropriate spirit dance.
Each year the nation ups the ante for Halloween, and we've come a long way from the days of simply wearing white sheets with the eyeholes cut out.