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  • adj. pox-ridden

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Full of pocks; affected with smallpox or other eruptive disease.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having pocks or pustules; infected with an eruptive distemper, but particularly with syphilis.
  • Vile; rascally; mischievous; contemptible.


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pock +‎ -y


  • umm, randomly looking at your old stuffs after seeing ur magical science door 'em up happy fun paper tribute. btw its called pocky xD


  • However, for guy who start eating pocky which is flavor on a stick, like chocolate and mixed almonds dipped – think a dipped cone but no ice cream to melt, beware a slight side effect: the ‘Pocky Experience.’

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  • I tried making 'pocky' and even made a recipe from a British blog … yeah that failed because its hard to find exact substitutes of food items.

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  • Durand-Greville in _La Nature_, November 24, 1900, that Lamarck was the first to observe the so-called pocky or festoon cloud, or mammato-cirrus cloud, which at rare intervals has been observed since his time. [

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  • That I tried to collect a pocky three and six and you're after calling me a bomb thrower and terrorist?

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  • She turned to him, to his plain, pocky face, smiling at her.

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  • Banana Mousse pocky, wrapped in swirls of chocolate icing.

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  • Chesnut mousse flavoured dessert pocky, with cake icing wrapped around a Chesnut pocky.

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  • Malaysia's pocky is local product, though foreign brand.

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  • Stuffed dates (recipe courtesy of The Daily Tiffin), grape skewers, apple and kiwi slices, and pocky in the lid.

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