Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act of putting anything into a pouch or pocket.
  • noun The formation of a pouch or of a sac-like projection or indentation; the pouch or sac thus formed. See the extract under pouch, v. i.

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  • verb Present participle of pouch.

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Examples

  • A diverticulum is an out-pouching, or small pocket, in the wall of the large intestine.

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  • APS is the packaging industry's leading manufacturer of packaging, bagging, and pouching systems, and is known worldwide as the inventor of Autobag bagging machines and pre-opened bags.

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  • APS is the packaging industry's leading manufacturer of packaging, bagging, and pouching systems, and is known worldwide as the inventor of Autobag bagging machines and pre-opened bags.

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  •   She had on a sequined bodysuit with a stiff ruffle pouching out around her waist, like a ballet costume.

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  • For others, it is the out-pouching of his left jaw, as though he has a wad of chewing tabacco there but broader.

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  • The eyes have some of the signs of real happiness, the pouching of the lower eyelid, the narrowing of the eye.

    CNN Transcript Feb 14, 2009

  • Then all of a sudden, you get this little pouching or blister or little pouching of the blood vessel.

    CNN Transcript Nov 15, 2008

  • Icebreakers packs sold back in November but the candy maker was criticized because it came in dissolve about pouching the size of a nickel.

    CNN Transcript Jan 25, 2008

  • When he stepped back, she put her hands on either side of his face, squeezing his cheeks and pouching his lips between the flab of her palms.

    The God of Animals

  • When he stepped back, she put her hands on either side of his face, squeezing his cheeks and pouching his lips between the flab of her palms.

    The God of Animals

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