be full of holes

be full of holes

To be unsound or flawed. Does anyone have a better suggestion? Mark's idea is clearly full of holes. The boss will never approve our idea if it is full of holes.
See also: full, hole, of

be full of holes

if an idea or plan is full of holes, it is not complete or has many faults His theory is full of holes so we should have no problem convincing people that he's wrong.
See also: full, hole, of