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What is the opposite of hole?

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Noun
Opposite of an aperture or opening through a surface or barrier
“He encountered a blockage in the form of large rocks at the end of the passage.”
Noun
Opposite of a hollow place in a solid body or surface
“I saw nothing and had nearly decided I made the whole thing up when I noticed a mound in the snow.”
Noun
Opposite of a space or state completely devoid of matter
“An immediate sense of fullness suffused her as if she had been waiting for just this thing to feel complete.”
Noun
Opposite of an animal's burrow
“I looked down at my feet and I saw an ant mound.”
Noun
Opposite of an awkward situation
“You got us into this mess, you figure out the solution!”
Noun
Opposite of a shortcoming, weakness, or flaw in a plan, argument, etc.
“The strength of his argument lies in his relentless application of the law of Causation, that every effect must have an adequate cause.”
Noun
Opposite of an error or mistake in a plan, argument, etc.
“Are you sometimes concerned about the verity of what you read on the internet?”
Noun
Opposite of an unpleasant, messy or dirty place
“This place is a palace, serviced by multiple maids, gardeners, and pool attendants.”
Noun
Opposite of a dungeon or prison, typically underground
“It serves as a sanctuary, offering protection against the pernicious influences of the outside world, notably the attraction of material possessions.”
Noun
Opposite of a crack, split, or break in something
Noun
Opposite of a sunken place or hollow on a surface
Noun
Opposite of a separate section or part of a structure or container
Noun
Opposite of an open space, gap, or hole in an object or between two structures
“A gap in the bathroom required a filling of caulk.”
Noun
Opposite of a long deep track made by the repeated passage of the wheels of vehicles
Noun
Opposite of a space entirely devoid of matter or contents
Noun
Opposite of a building or place where one resides
Noun
Opposite of a situation or condition in which there is no movement or activity at all
Noun
Opposite of the area inside a room or other space near the place where two walls or other surfaces meet
“The interior decorator advised us to position the timber shelf to the side of the wall.”
Noun
Opposite of a completely empty space, or the state of being completely empty
“The cities of the country differ from one another only in degrees of sootiness, smelliness, noisiness, and crowdedness.”
Noun
Opposite of a difficult or awkward situation from which it is hard to extricate oneself
“In this gig, I have had the good fortune of visiting many television studios over the years.”
Noun
Opposite of a hole that has been made
“I made a seal by coating the after-thought of a clay border in latex.”
Noun
Opposite of something that sticks out or protrudes in an otherwise smooth surface
Noun
Opposite of an unpleasant situation, usually where difficult choices have to be made
“Ian sees this as a win-win situation, creating jobs on one hand, and preserving culture on the other.”
Noun
Opposite of a place or means of entry
Noun
Opposite of the underground lair of an animal, such as a badger or fox
“We drive past in a jeep and observe some lions sleeping out in the open whilst others frolic around the wilderness.”
Noun
Opposite of a bar or similar establishment, typically one that is shabby or sleazy
Noun
Opposite of a break, gap or hole in an object or between two objects
“Through the barred windows, I saw what looked like forest fire flames dancing on mountaintops at the juncture with the skyline.”
Noun
Opposite of a vertical line of unraveled stitches in stockings or tights
“His mother advised him to sew a new patch on his jeans.”
Verb
Opposite of to pierce or make a hole (or holes) in
“To seal the gap between the baseboard and the floor, fill it with caulk and then cover the caulked area with shoe molding for a clean appearance.”
Verb
Opposite of to physically penetrate or bore through a surface
Verb
Opposite of to pierce and make a hole or holes in
Verb
Opposite of to make a hollow or indentation in the surface of
“The following day, trucks were put to use hauling clay to fill the hole caused by the first cave-ins.”
Verb
Opposite of to make a hole in or through something, especially by using a drill
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