from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A mischievous sprite in English folklore.
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- proper noun mythology a mischievous
spritein Celtic mythology and English folklore.
- proper noun astronomy One of the
satellitesof the planet Uranus
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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Explanations, when necessary, are best given in the course of a scene --- such as when Sister Grace explains to the fire department that when the pixie said it was 'Puck' that set off the fire alarm that 'Puck' is a title and not a name.
I saw a similar character in Puck, on one of the MTV shows.
Puck is the dad and he wants to take care of the baby cuz his own father walked out on him.
They should contact Andy Dick, and Puck from the Real World. starscream9289
Will plays the back-up goalie on the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team in Puck You, Commie
In other good news, Wolfgang Puck is putting the kibosh on foie gras and generally getting a little more down with the Humane Society.
You see, she fell hard for Mr. Hamman's rappin 'Puck last May.
The choreography of the key dances of physical comedy was, quite simply, amazing, and Brian Hamman is the lord of such dances (as anyone who has seen his rappin 'Puck can attest).
Wolfgang Puck is deploying a new canned latte with a chemical heating element in the base that boils your drink in six to eight minutes.
[N | R] [a | o] t [a | o] mundus Puck is nothing compared to these guys.