(v.) To find every possible reason, no matter how immaterial, to oppose an action presented to you. This is regardless of whether or not it involves your participation, requires your approval, or is not your business.
"He likes to pick holes in your ideas unless they pay off in the first year. He's retiring in 18 months, and wants to make it look like he's left the company in high finanaces."
by Kung-Fu Jesus May 08, 2004
n. pl. nostrils
Get your fingers out of your pick holes, you filthy chav
by el revez May 10, 2004