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pooch

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verb \ˈpüch\

Definition of pooch

chiefly dialect

  1. :  bulge

Examples of pooch in a sentence

  1. <his lower lip pooched out in disappointment>

Origin and Etymology of pooch

alteration of 1pouch


First Known Use: circa 1923


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pooch

noun

Definition of pooch

  1. :  dog

Examples of pooch in a sentence

  1. What a cute little pooch!

  2. <walking down the street with several pooches on leashes>

Origin and Etymology of pooch

origin unknown


First Known Use: 1924


POOCH Defined for English Language Learners


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pooch

noun

Definition of pooch for English Language Learners

  • : a dog



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