from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A thump or blow.
- noun An obsolete spelling of
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A blow or thump.
- noun a distorted foot.
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- noun now dialectal A hard knock.
- noun obsolete, rare A
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Macheavelian polt by Imigration and DOH to rid manhattan of migrant workers and provide cheap protein to the masses?
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Joe is hard one to understand maybe he just has probelm which a lotta polt. have has mouth running with his brain in neutral which a lotta them are not real honest Joe seem be fairly honest and people are always picking Joe that by way kudo to George Jetson the picture Obama and company i think that fit them perfectly
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The temperature polt for the Northern Polar region is here .
In this way you could get an actual polt with a correlation which would show if there was an intrinsic bias in reconstructing histories?
What buffoonery that Vulcan is not guilty of, while one with his polt-foot, another with his smutched muzzle, another with his impertinencies, he makes sport for the rest of the gods?
In Praise of Folly c. 1466-1536 1958
You see I had to bring him a pretty good polt, so as to lay him flat, else he might ha' found it all out, the good-for-nothing son-of-a-gun, to go to sarve a warrant on an old man, just for speaking his mind in meeting.
The Lost Hunter A Tale of Early Times John Turvill Adams
"I should know the place, sir," he said, "for I got a hawful polt o 'the side of the head somewheres about here; and -- ah! this here's right, for there's another little keg o' spirits."
In the King's Name The Cruise of the "Kestrel" George Manville Fenn 1870
"Good polt on the head with a club settles them, though, soon enough."
Cormorant Crag A Tale of the Smuggling Days George Manville Fenn 1870
jmjarmstrong commented on the word polt
JM looked everywhere for the meaning then it hit him like a polt from the blue!
February 16, 2011