Definition of Poohed
1. pooh [v] - See also: pooh
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Literary usage of Poohed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Bookmart: A Monthly Magazine of Literary and Library Intelligence edited by Richard Halkett (1889)
"His better impulses, long suppressed and pooh-poohed, are beginning to get the better of him again. He is already our most accomplished writer, ..."
2. The Ottoman Power in Europe: Its Nature, Its Growth, and Its Decline by Edward Augustus Freeman (1877)
"He pooh-poohed the insurrection, because, like most great things, it looked little in its beginning. He pooh-poohed it too, because it arose from those ..."
3. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1885)
"I mentioned that to him, and he pooh-poohed the idea, that's all. ... Q. Try and think that, now ? A. I say he pooh-poohed the idea. ..."
4. Works by Manuel Márquez Sterling, William Makepeace Thackeray, Leslie Stephen, Louise Stanage (1898)
"I remarked, and with a feeling of shame, that I had long hesitated about paying three guineas—pooh-poohed—said I had seen the Queen and Prince before, ..."
5. The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray by William Makepeace Thackeray, Sir Leslie Stephen (1898)
"hesitated about paying three guineas—pooh-poohed—said I had seen the Queen ... like those dear sandwiches, which we pooh-poohed when we did not need them. ..."