Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of pooch.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • We thought about 'pooching' away from him, and kicking it to somebody else, because in the eight games we saw, he looked pretty good.

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  • They are confronting the worst, least popular president in history, and politically they're pooching it.

    Bush Hits All-Time Low In New Poll

  • I gauge my overall muscle tone for looseness (aging) or definition (young): breasts for the sag or perk quotient, tummy for pooching or tautness, thighs for the infamous cellulite, then the face and neck for wrinkles, age spots, and crows feet.

    Angel Gibson: What is "Young" and is it Better?

  • July 28, 2008 at 9:48 am be careful pooching out dat bottum lip……bird might perch onnit.

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  • Canada's Most Superest Bestest Awesomest Blogger™ makes her regular fun of the mainstream media and their talent for pooching a story:

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  • I think of Connie complaining about her stomach pooching out even as she lay dying.

    Our American King

  • I think of Connie complaining about her stomach pooching out even as she lay dying.

    Our American King

  • I think of Connie complaining about her stomach pooching out even as she lay dying.

    Our American King

  • I think of Connie complaining about her stomach pooching out even as she lay dying.

    Our American King

  • And if their tummies were pooching out, well, maybe a little more exercise and a better diet would have been a wise decision for them.

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