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  • Pie hole — The term pie hole or Pie Hole may refer to: *A slang and sometimes offensive term for the the human mouth *The Pie Hole, a fictional bakery in the television series Pushing Daisies *A song by the band Avocado Faultline …   Wikipedia

  • pie hole — noun, pl ⋯ holes [count] US slang : someone s mouth teenagers shoving pizza down their pie holes Shut your pie hole! [=shut up; stop talking] …   Useful english dictionary

  • pie-hole — n American the mouth. A humorous usage heard among adolescents and featured in the US film, Sleepwalkers, 1992. Hum hole and the earlier British cakehole are syno nyms …   Contemporary slang

  • pie-hole — Noun. Mouth. Cf. cake hole …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • pie hole — n. mouth …   English slang

  • shut your face / gob / trap / cake-hole / pie-hole — Exclam. Shut your mouth! Shut up! Be quiet! E.g. If you don t shut your gob I ll shut it for you! …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • Pie-lette — Infobox Television episode Title = Pie lette Series = Pushing Daisies Caption = Ned and Chuck walk to their first kiss Season = 1 Episode = 1 Airdate = October 2, 2007 Production = Writer = Bryan Fuller Director = Barry Sonnenfeld Guests =… …   Wikipedia

  • Pie menu — A pie menu. In computer interface design, a pie menu (also known as a radial menu) is a circular context menu where selection depends on direction. A pie menu is made of several pie slices around an inactive center and works best with stylus… …   Wikipedia

  • hole — {{11}} O.E. hol orifice, hollow place, cave, performation, from P.Gmc. *hul (Cf. O.S., O.Fris., O.H.G. hol, M.Du. hool, O.N. holr, Ger. hohl hollow, Goth. us hulon to hollow out ), from PIE root *kel (see CELL (Cf. cell)). As a contemptuous word… …   Etymology dictionary

  • word hole — AND cake hole; pie hole n. the outh. □ Put this food in your word hole, chew it up, and swallow it …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

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