Definition of Poudre

1. n. Dust; powder.



Definition of Poudre

1. pouder [n -S] - See also: pouder

Poudre Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Poudre

pouched mouse
pouched rat
pouches
pouchful
pouchfuls
pouchier
pouchiest
pouching
pouchless
pouchlike
pouchong
pouchongs
pouchy
pouder
pouders
poudre (current term)
poudres
poudrette
poudretteite
poudrin
pouf
pouf paste
poufed
pouff
pouffe
pouffed
pouffes
pouffing
pouffs
pouffy

Literary usage of Poudre

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1. Thirty-one Years on the Plains and in the Mountains: Or, The Last Voice from by William F. Drannan (1900)
"Uncle Kit, having made quite a sum of money, concluded that he would take a trip over to the headwaters of the Cache-la-poudre to look for a new field where ..."

2. Leaves of Grass: sa culture et sa préparation, production et consommation by Walt Whitman, Louis Laurent (1901)
"On emploie un pilon mécanique qui bat la poudre, eu même temps que le baril, placé sur une plate-forme mobile, tourne sur lui-même. Autres tabacs à priser. ..."

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