Definition of Pooking

1. pook [v] - See also: pook



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pooking

pooh bahs
poohbah
poohbahs
poohed
poohing
poohs
pooiest
pooing
pooja
poojah
poojahs
poojas
pook
pooka
pookas
pooking (current term)
pookit
pookoo
pookoos
pooks
pool
pool ball
pool cue
pool hall
pool halls
pool noodle
pool parties
pool party
pool player
pool stick

Literary usage of Pooking

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1893)
"A woman employed in pooking. ... SW pooking-fork. The large prong, with a cross handle, for pushing along in front of the ..."

2. Reprinted Glossaries by Walter William Skeat (1879)
"pooking. Putting into cocks. ' The price is seldom higher than eighteen pence per acre for mowing, and one shilling for pooking.' Wilts. 90. ..."

3. Old Country and Farming Words: Gleaned from Agricultural Books by James Britten (1880)
"Laying old hedges.' Heref. 30. pooking. Putting into cocks. ' The price is seldom higher than eighteen pence per acre for mowing, and one shilling for ..."

4. Glossary of Words in Use in Cornwall by Margaret Ann Courtney, Thomas Quiller Couch (1880)
"pooking. Putting into cocks. ' The price is seldom higher than eighteen pence per acre for mowing, and one shilling for pooking.' Wilts. 90. ..."

5. A Glossary of Words Used in the County of Wiltshire by George Edward Dartnell, Edward Hungerford Goddard (1893)
"A woman employed in pooking. ... SW pooking-fork. The large prong, with a cross handle, for pushing along in front of the ..."

6. The Quarterly Review by William Gifford, John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, John Murray, George Walter Prothero, Rowland Edmund Prothero Ernle (1851)
"... whole scheme of reform, we cannot take the liberty of pooh-pooking them, as most of the newspapers have done—we ..."

7. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1829)
"... and desired her never to regard him, for he was the most harmless, good-natured being in existence, " but had joost gottin a gate o' pooking at the ..."

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