Thesaurus / pock

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The pimple is a diminutive hill or pock, and the pykes of Cumberland are the peaks of Derbyshire.

Archaic EnglandHarold Bayley

Ye're like the miller's dog—ye lick your lips ere the pock be opened.

The Proverbs of ScotlandAlexander Hislop

That her sister Magdalena was a small person, with a face likewise ugly and pock marked; other characteristics forgotten.

It is made by utilising practically the entire lesion or pock on the heifer when it is in the vesicular stage.

"Went off in my pockpocket," sobbed Snigs, trying to control his unmanly emotion.

Six Girls and BobMarion Ames Taggart

I'll tie up yer jaw wid me pock'-handkercher, so as ye can't open ut at all.

Toto's Merry WinterLaura E. Richards

Pock, pok, n. a small elevation of the skin containing matter, as in smallpox.

Only, to use an expression borrowed from the vocabulary of the lower classes, I would not buy a pig in a pock.

“Got all my pock(hic)ets full,” said he, as he took a large oyster out of his vest pocket.

And has there been a rising on the Border side against the English pock puddings?

A Modern TelemachusCharlotte M. Yonge

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