pole[ pohl ]SEE DEFINITION OF pole
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR POLE
If the Pole is surrounded by water, it must be a visible point of land.
The Pole being surrounded by water, must be reached by boats.
If you will look outside, you will see a flag at the top of a pole.
But we cannot set up a pendulum to swing at the pole of the earth.
The pole and the canopy of the hammock tangled inextricably its occupant.
Who that has poached a pile does not gravitate there, as the needle to the pole?
Cook on the backs of the little mirrors hanging from the pole hooks!
I may almost say their temperature would be the same at the Equator as the Pole.
We can return after we have discovered the Pole quite as well as before, and even better.
But tell me, said Hatteras in a hurried manner; you were not bound for the Pole then yourself?