What is another word for ratholes?

Pronunciation: [ɹˈathə͡ʊlz] (IPA)

Ratholes are small holes or tunnels typically created by rodents or other burrowing creatures. Synonyms for the term "ratholes" include "mouse holes," "burrows," "dens," "warrens," "caches," and "lairs." "Mouse holes" are tiny tunnels or pathways created by mice, while "burrows" usually refer to a system of tunnels created by larger animals, such as rabbits or foxes. "Dens" and "warrens" may also refer to the homes of animals, such as badgers or rabbits. "Caches" are often hidden stores of food or other items, while "lairs" are typically the homes of large predators, such as wolves or bears.

What are the hypernyms for Ratholes?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

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