pocket

[ pok-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF pocket

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR POCKET

He not only closed it, but locked it, having secretly hidden the key in his pocket.

Robert drew a jackknife from his pocket, and did as he was bidden.

"It makes no difference to you where I got it," said our hero, returning the money to his pocket.

In his pocket there were nearly two hundred dollars, not likely to be of any service to him.

"Yes," said the captain, drawing from his pocket a large wallet.

"I've got eleven dollars and fifty cents in my pocket," Andrew said frankly.

He took the song from his pocket, and smoothed it out before her on the piano.

She turned the key, and taking it out, put it in her pocket.

I have got a screw in my pocket, and I never go without my tool-knife.

Her hand was in her pocket, and a bright coin was between her fingers.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR POCKET

pouch

nounsoft container, often made of cloth or skin
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