Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of pocket.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Martin pocketed it with a grimace, and felt for a moment the kindly weight of Brissenden's hand upon his shoulder.

    Chapter 31

  • Martin pocketed it with a grimace, and felt for a moment the kindly weight of Brissenden's hand upon his shoulder.

    Chapter 31

  • That argument struck home, and Elaka pocketed the bilbok.

    Antimatter

  • That argument struck home, and Elaka pocketed the bilbok.

    Antimatter

  • That argument struck home, and Elaka pocketed the bilbok.

    Antimatter

  • Pawlenty: Another deep "pocketed" Republican with the delusion that the American people agree with his twisted philosophy.

    Pawlenty makes moves in South Carolina

  • Pawlenty: Another deep "pocketed" Republican with the delusion that the American people agree with his twisted philosophy.

    Pawlenty makes moves in South Carolina

  • President Clinton once complained privately that the Chinese leaders "pocketed" concessions instead of "crediting" them.

    Aspirational Economics 101

  • Also, when more people have more money they hire more things done that they would otherwise do themselves... so that "pocketed" extra capital goes to construction workers for the new deck and outdoor entertainment "room", to auto-workers for the new car, for the truckers to transport it, for the housekeeper, for the nanny, for all the extra meals out at restaurants...

    You judge the new Tina Fey skit spoofing Sarah Palin.

  • He also accused Mwanawasa of having "pocketed" 60,000 dollars

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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