pollard[ pol-erd ]SEE DEFINITION OF pollard
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR POLLARD
The jack that lived in the deep below the pollard grinned, but said nothing.
"I guess Mrs. Pollard knows what that is," he called to them from the gate.
At its first notes the muscles in Mrs. Pollard's arm had tightened.
Mrs. Pollard verified the punctuality of her servant with a glance at the clock.
Captain Pollard,” said Dick, “do these sharks ever attack a man or a boy when bathing?
"And I," said Kauc, the crow, settling down on a branch of the pollard.
He had probably been to the Pollard cottages: he did sometimes take that round.
In 1782 the heirs of Pollard convey to George Hamblin, who occupied it in 1798.
Part of hate, said Monroe, but he was challenged by Pollard.
Impersonal pronoun, Pollard returned, and probably a man anyway.