Definitions

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  • noun The state or condition of being poky.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Totally agree with the fact that the "pokiness" is attributed to politics more so than anything else.

    Republic Of Internets

  • The White House can't really blame Senate pokiness for the gaps since only the last two of these have even been named yet.

    Todd Moss: Can We Get an Africa Lead at USAID Already?

  • Siri is built for the iPhone 3GS, but I got it to perform adequately (despite occasionally pokiness and a couple of crashes) on an iPhone 3G.

    Review: Siri personal assistant for iPhone

  • The White House can't really blame Senate pokiness for the gaps since only the last two of these have even been named yet.

    Todd Moss: Can We Get an Africa Lead at USAID Already?

  • Yet further evidence of my pokiness: I can also report that another objective has been accomplished.

    Another Milestone

  • The region beyond the river existed, for the Durham ladies, only as the unmapped environment of the Bon Marche; and Nannie Durham's exclamation on the pokiness of the streets and the dulness of the houses showed Durham, with a start, how far he had already travelled from the family point of view.

    Madame de Treymes.

  • The region beyond the river existed, for the Durham ladies, only as the unmapped environment of the Bon Marche; and Nannie Durham's exclamation on the pokiness of the streets and the dulness of the houses showed Durham, with a start, how far he had already travelled from the family point of view.

    Madame De Treymes

  • We must never let our spouse see how much their pokiness irritates us.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • The pokiness extends to the App World, where Sprint's 3G will do the phone no favors in making you feel like downloading a single app is a chore.

    Ars Technica

  • The pokiness extends to the App World, where Sprint's 3G will do the phone no favors in making you feel like downloading a single app is a chore.

    Ars Technica

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