(US) applied to an outside lavatory or privy and denoting the number of seats available, e.g. one-holer, two-holer etc.
|in Yank 6 Apr. 5: A brand-new eight-holer had been constructed [HDAS].|
|In For Life 17: I stole an occasional watermelon [...] or tipped over a two-holer on Halloween.|
|How to Talk Dirty 14: I reviewed it [...] in my ‘reading room’ — a four-holer.|
|(con. 1967) Welcome to Vietnam (1989) 152: I’m een the four-hole sheeter at Charlie Med taking a sheet.|
|et al. Leaning Into the Wind 75: We had a two-holer. My aunt and uncle had the best outhouse. They had a four-holer. Each hole was a different size.|