Wonky-hole Definition

noun

(Australia) A type of undersea hole or spring on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, out of which comes fresh water that has flowed underground from the land.

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Singular:
wonky-hole
Plural:
wonky-holes

Origin of Wonky-hole

  • Named by the local fishermen who first encountered them (see quotation below).

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