Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of pock.

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Examples

  • In these encounters Artem's upper body, already tilled with bullet pocks, knife scars, battlefield surgeon's scalpels and suture ridges is constantly redecorated by my fingernails, sharp and strong.

    The Three Of Swords - любовь среди волков*

  • I imagined my nails digging into the pocks on his cheeks, but in the end I let her pull me away.

    Bone Hinge

  • I imagined my nails digging into the pocks on his cheeks, but in the end I let her pull me away.

    Bone Hinge

  • I imagined my nails digging into the pocks on his cheeks, but in the end I let her pull me away.

    Bone Hinge

  • They work purposefully, squatting down, buffing the surface with steel trowels, evening out any little pocks or lines.

    The Fiddler in the Subway

  • They work purposefully, squatting down, buffing the surface with steel trowels, evening out any little pocks or lines.

    The Fiddler in the Subway

  • 'Cause though I'm stomped and scuffed, and have wrinkles and pocks, you say they're not wrinkles, but creases and folds — you say I have character, you say I'm not old.

    From The Doctor, With Love

  • Wrinkle trenches combined with folds of drooping skin and pocks like craters.

    A Bad Day’s Work

  • They work purposefully, squatting down, buffing the surface with steel trowels, evening out any little pocks or lines.

    The Fiddler in the Subway

  • They work purposefully, squatting down, buffing the surface with steel trowels, evening out any little pocks or lines.

    The Fiddler in the Subway

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