- n. Plural form of pod.
“New urbanism emphasizes development in "pods," communities with a discernible center, often a square or a green.”
“Karate students and dolphin pods featured in recent research from Microsoft, explained by Christopher Mims in his Technology Review blog.”
“Helios wants to replace flawed humanity with his New Race, people born and fermented in pods, their personalities programmed by him, their imperfections removed in the lab.”
“Thought the ‘christianists’ were ‘family oriented’ – as has been pointed out Orcas are highly intelligent and live in pods (males stay with their mothers for life).”
“The video was shot at Pandora headquarters in Oakland, where, alongside the usual assortment of office pods is a nice collection of musical instruments for folks to play.”
“Wow, they never seem to run out of Goobers, are they growing them in pods over there? bobster”
“This modular, mobile Snuggles hotel allows you to shack up in pods for an artsy camping experience not dissimilar to staying in oversized hamster cage tunnels.”
“I am not trained in pods either but the school 45 min. from that uses pods puts out some of the most successful kindergarteners in that area.”
“Orcas are highly intelligent and intensely social creatures, traveling and hunting in family units known as pods that never break up.”
“Guajes are pods from the tree of the same name, containing soft, flat seeds (the edible part) that taste faintly of garlic.”
Looking for tweets for pods.