poll[ pohl ]SEE DEFINITION OF poll
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR POLL
Unaware of his funeral, Timmins himself stood scratching his poll.
But somebody must have dealt you some hearty thwacks on the poll, my boy.
The first time I ever see that boy,' said Poll, 'I charged him too much for a red-poll.
When a politician reached the top of the poll he got £400 a year.
"It is as unfair to brand women with chastity as with unchastity," said Poll.
The money was still refused, and it was ordered that a poll of the town should be taken.
But you can't stop Zuba talkin' any more than you can a poll parrot.
And how did the—er—professin' poll parrot act about your payin' it back?
"I'm awfully glad to know about the poll parrot," she added with a smile.
Now, my Aunt Jane's poll parrot, I ask you, why under the sun should she?