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holeset

holeset
 n.— «One key position is what’s called a holeset, which Personius said can be compared to a center in basketball. “There is a holeset who plays down low. It’s usually a big guy who is strong and then the other players set up like an umbrella around him.”» —“Water polo program gets the go-ahead” by Cameron Parkinson Union Democrat (San Diego, California) Apr. 4, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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