eyehole

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eyehole

(ī′hōl′)
n.
1. The socket of an eye.
2. See peephole.
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"We came out of it wondering if our president was cutting eyeholes out of his bedsheets."
Their purpose: to serve as stable housing for the phone and provide two eyeholes outfitted with small lenses.
Cut out eyeholes in a cardboard tube and fasten a glow stick inside to make a creepy pair of peepers, or cut bats out of pieces of black card and stick them on the inside of lampshades.
Eyeholes were cut from the hoods, drawing an unmistakable comparison to the infamous White Knights.
mid-late-morning of ordinary day: icy teeth eyeholes nests for quivering
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.