Definition of Polking
1. polk [v] - See also: polk
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Literary usage of Polking
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Brazil, the River Plate, and the Falkland Islands: With the Cape Horn Route by William Hadfield (1854)
"The stag mania in the tropics, and some of its consequences.—Notes on carriages, operas, snuff-taking, polking-washerwomen, ..."
2. Model of Community Policing: The Singapore Story by David H. Bayley (1996)
"Conclusion Community polking in Singapore is an integrated package of programs that substantially changes the delivery as well as the philosophy of policing ..."
3. English Costume by Dion Clayton Calthrop (1906)
"So, you see, Autolycus, the pedlar of these early times, is spoken of as carrying polking-sticks with which to stiffen ruffs. Shylock, in 'The Merchant of ..."
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