Definition of Pockpits

1. pockpit [n] - See also: pockpit



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pockpits

pocketphones
pockets
pocketsful
pocketwatch
pocketwatches
pockier
pockiest
pockily
pockiness
pocking
pockmark
pockmarked
pockmarking
pockmarks
pockpit
pockpits (current term)
pocks
pockwood
pocky
poco
poco a poco
pococurante
pococurantes
pococurantism
pococurantisms
pocones
pocosen
pocosens
pocosin
pocosins

Literary usage of Pockpits

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1. A History of Epidemics in Britain by Charles Creighton (1894)
"... and rubbed the matter into his hand with the back of his pocket-knife ; a sore remained on the hand as well as pockpits in his face. ..."

2. The Night Side of Nature: Or, Ghosts and Ghost Seers by Catherine Crowe (1904)
"... sufficient T The face was so distinct that I actually saw the pockpits. His dress seemed to be made of a strong twilled sort of sackcloth, ..."

3. The London Encyclopaedia, Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art by Thomas Tegg (1829)
"... which suppurate in the space of eight days, and at last go off in crusts ; frequently leaving depressed cicatrices or pockpits in the skin. ..."

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