breach (n.)
tear, gap, hole
KJ IV.ii.32[Pembroke to King John] patches set upon a little breach / Discredit more in hiding of the fault / Than did the fault
TC IV.v.245[Achilles to Hector] I may give the local wound a name, / And make distinct the very breach whereout / Hector's great spirit flew
Ven.1175[of Venus, and Adonis' flower] She crops the stalk, and in the breach appears / Green-dropping sap
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