Definition of Pucest

1. puce [adj] - See also: puce



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pucest

pubs
pubwards
puccalo
puccoons
puce
pucelage
pucelages
pucelles
pucer
puceron
pucerons
puces
pucest (current term)
pucherite
puchito
puchitos
puck
puck-handling
puck-out
puck bunnies
puck bunny
puck handling
puck palace
pucka
pucked
pucker
pucker up

Literary usage of Pucest

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1. Poems, Songs, and Letters: Being the Complete Works of Robert Burns by Robert Burns, Alexander Smith (1868)
"She's spotless like the flow'ring thorn With flow'rs so white and leaves so green, When pucest in the dewy mom; An' she has twa sparkling rogueish een. ..."

2. Selections From The prose and Poetry of Rubén Darío by Leslie Stephen, Norah Lofts, Rubén Darío, George Wallace Umphrey, Carlos García Prada (1903)
"... much inclined to.i' Yet it is strange that a man.should regard the pucest and /kindliest -«if-feeling.s as a weakness to which he is too much inclined. ..."

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