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Meanings of Pnyx:

proper noun

The public place of assembly in ancient athens, a semicircular level cut out of the side of a small hill west of the acropolis.

Po

ˌpiːˈəʊ

Meanings of Po:

noun

A chamber pot.

adjective

Short for poor, used to represent dialectal speech.

abbreviation

Petty officer.

proper noun

A river in northern italy. italy's longest river, it rises in the alps near the border with france and flows 652 km (405 miles) eastwards to the adriatic.

The chemical element polonium.

Po-faced

ˌpəʊˈfeɪst

Meanings of Po-faced:

adjective

Too serious and disapproving

Usage examples:

Two po-faced men came to inspect the house., the film is serious but not po-faced., she remained po…

Meanings of Poa:

abbreviation

(in the uk) prison officers' association.

Meanings of Poach:

verb

Cook (an egg) without its shell in or over boiling water.

Usage examples:

A breakfast of poached egg and grilled bacon

Meanings of Poachable:

adjective

That may be poached.

Poached

pəʊtʃ

Meanings of Poached:

verb

Cook (an egg) without its shell in or over boiling water.

Usage examples:

A breakfast of poached egg and grilled bacon

Poachers

ˈpəʊ.tʃər

Meanings of Poachers:

noun

A pan for cooking eggs or other food by poaching.

Usage examples:

An egg poacher

Poaching

pəʊtʃ

Meanings of Poaching:

verb

Cook (an egg) without its shell in or over boiling water.

Usage examples:

A breakfast of poached egg and grilled bacon

Meanings of Poachy:

adjective

Of land: retentive of moisture, and so liable to be trampled into muddy holes; sodden, swampy.

Meanings of Pobbies:

noun

= pobs .

Meanings of Pobby:

adjective

Resembling ‘pobs’ in consistency; soft, pulpy; bloated, swollen.

Meanings of Poblacion:

noun

In the philippines: the principal community of a district; a town that is an administrative centre.

Meanings of Pobs:

noun

Pieces of bread softened in milk; any food of a similar consistency.

Meanings of Pocan:

noun

The pokeweed, phytolacca americana (also "pocan bush").

Meanings of Pochade:

noun

A rough or hastily executed sketch; a blurred or indistinct picture. also in extended use (chiefly theatre).

Meanings of Pochades:

noun

A rough or hastily executed sketch; a blurred or indistinct picture. also in extended use (chiefly theatre).

Pochard

ˈpɒtʃəd

Meanings of Pochard:

noun

A diving duck, the male of which typically has a reddish-brown head and a black breast.

Usage examples:

More than 70 varieties of birds breed on and around the lake, including the famous ospreys, tufted …

Pochards

ˈpɒtʃəd

Meanings of Pochards:

noun

A diving duck, the male of which typically has a reddish-brown head and a black breast.

Usage examples:

More than 70 varieties of birds breed on and around the lake, including the famous ospreys, tufted …

Meanings of Poche:

noun

The method or result of representing the solid part of a building (as a wall, etc.) by a darkened area on an architectural plan; (occasionally) a pen for doing this.

verb

To darken or fill in (walls, columns, etc.) with shading on an architectural plan.

Pochette

pɒˈʃɛt

Meanings of Pochette:

noun

A woman's small handbag shaped like an envelope.

Usage examples:

The second bag today is a little pochette.

Meanings of Pochismo:

noun

An english word which has been given a spanish form or pronunciation; a form of slang used by speakers of mexican spanish and others along the border with the united states, consisting of such words.

Meanings of Pochoir:

noun

A process used in book illustration, especially for limited editions, in which a monochrome print is coloured by hand, using a series of stencils.

Meanings of Pocilliform:

adjective

Shaped like a small cup.

Pock

pɒk

Meanings of Pock:

noun

A pockmark.

Usage examples:

He was a strange-looking man, olived-skinned face marked with scars and pocks from unknown battles.

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