American Dictionary of the English Language, Vol. 2

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Author: Noah Webster

Pouch

POUCH, n.

1. A small bag; usually, a leathern bag to be carried in the pocket.

2. A protuberant belly.

3. The bag or sack of a fowl, as that of the pelican.

POUCH, v.t. To pocket; to save.

1. To swallow; used of fowls, whose crop is called in French, poche.

2. To pout. [Not used.]

POUCH’-MOUTHED, a. Blubber-lipped. [Not used.]

POUL’-DAVIS, n. A sort of sail cloth. [Not used.]

POULE. [See Pool.]

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