Definition of Fishpole

1. a fishing rod [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fishpole

fishmongeress
fishmongeries
fishmongering
fishmongers
fishmongery
fishmouth
fishmouths
fishnet
fishnets
fishnetted
fisho
fishos
fishpaste
fishplate
fishplates
fishpole (current term)
fishpole bamboo
fishpoles
fishpond
fishponds
fishpool
fishseller
fishsellers
fishskin
fishskins
fishtail
fishtail bit
fishtail palm
fishtailed
fishtailing

Literary usage of Fishpole

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1. Fifteenth Century Prose and Verse by Alfred William Pollard (1903)
"Interrogatories for fishpole. Im primis.—Whether fishpole know any of the ... Whether fishpole made the two long garments of sarcenet down to the ground, ..."

2. Herring Revision of the Binet-Simon Tests: Examination Manual: Form A by John Peabody Herring (1922)
"His mother is waiting for him; he s been fishing. a (2) There's a boy carrying a fishpole and two fish; his mother is waiting for him in the door. ..."

3. Confessions of Boyhood by John Albee (1910)
"On the contrary I aged seven, armed with a long fishpole, threatened the advance of ... At heart, a little coward, I brandished my fishpole and clung to my ..."

4. The Wit and Humor of America by Marshall Pinckney Wilder (1911)
"... when I notes Jeff perched on the bank. To my boyish imagination Jeff at once turns to be a Paynim. I drops my bait box, couches my fishpole, ..."

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