from The Century Dictionary.
- Ornamented with holes or indentations upon the surface, or with cut-work; perforated.
- Powdered; mealy.
- Furnished with pounces or talons.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Furnished with claws or talons.
- adjective obsolete Ornamented with perforations or dots.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
- adjective obsolete Furnished with
- adjective obsolete Ornamented with
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Daniel Sedin pounced on it and fed a pass to his identical twin alone in front of the net, where he deked Mason down and shot it in.
Brylin pounced on the rebound for his first goal in 13 games.
Tully Banta-Cain pounced on Kurt Warner's fumble in the Cardinals 'end zone to give the 49ers a wild 37-31 overtime victory and end their eight-game losing streak Sunday.
In the fourth, the Bryans again pounced on Vliegen to break twice early on.
Saprykin pounced on it and set up Nilson with a perfect goalmouth feed at 17: 49 of the second.
But Sundin pounced on a turnover and scored into an empty net with 38 seconds remaining.
Vancouver's captain pounced on the turnover and snapped a wrister from the edge of the left circle between Fernandez's pads.
Poulin pounced on the rebound and put it past Vanbiesbrouck for a 1-0 lead.
After Sampras served the first of his double faults, Safin pounced again, setting up the first break point of the match with a spectacular running backhand pass, and taking the game with a solid return Sampras slugged long.
A rich strong expressive affection in short pounced upon her in the shape of a handsomer, ampler, older Mrs. Beale.