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Go down to Sinkhole yourself, if you're so anxious about that camp.

Yes, sir, he was glad of the chance to stay at Sinkhole for awhile.

What yuh done to 'im that he's sendin' yuh off down to Sinkhole?

I want you to catch up a couple of horses and go on down to Sinkhole.

And Tomaso should have had no occasion whatever to be riding to Sinkhole.

Of course you want me to tell dad you have a—a guest at Sinkhole camp?

What's the use of Bill going off to Sinkhole unless he listens to me first?

They were gliding down an invisible incline, and it was a long way to Sinkhole.

Mr. Arnold attempted to dig a well in a depression, a sinkhole, in the prairie.

The East Side, where the home struggled against such heavy odds, became a sinkhole of undreamt-of corruption.

WORD ORIGIN

also sink-hole, mid-15c., "sewage pit," from sink (n.) + hole (n.). As a geological phenomenon, "hole made in the earth in limestone regions by underground erosion," 1780, from sink (v.).

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