Sink hole

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The opening to a sink drain
A cesspool
Same as Sink, n., 3.

See also: Sink, Sink, Sink

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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A major city centre road will remain partly closed after a void was found in a large sink hole which appeared in the middle of the street.
DPWH assistant district engineer Ernesto Leones called the area a 'drainage main.' Both he and Macud denied earlier reports that the collapse was caused by a sink hole or soil erosion.
A TEN-FOOT sink hole has opened up in an alleyway in Lye, near Stourbridge.
A MIDDLESBROUGH road has been blocked after a large sink hole appeared.
The tweet said: "A sink hole has appeared on Hyde Road at the junction with Pottery Lane in Belle Vue.
28), a sink hole suddenly opened up on a busy street in Kaohsiung yesterday, partially swallowing a car in the process.
Some members of the Facebook group commented on the post concerned that it might be a sink hole, especially as the person who first posted the photo said that the hole widened out beneath the surface.
As heavy rain fell yesterday a sink hole 20ft deep opened up on a road leading into a housing estate.
A sink hole 20ft deep has opened up on a road leading into a housing estate.
EMERGENCY works have shored up a house after a collapsed mine shaft caused a sink hole.
The workmen whose repairs to an electrical fault sparked fears of the sink hole at least saw the funny side of the story.