Simple past tense and past participle of poach.(verb)
Cooked, or obtained by poaching(adjective)
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Use "poached" in a sentence
"Even at £29 I might have gone for the Dover sole until I saw it was described as poached, in other words probably cooked sous-vide, or boil-in-the-bag to use a less technical and not quite accurate term."
"Between its functioning as a companion piece to the documentary and standing alone as a portrait of the man's California dry-out, the music of One Fast Move Or I'm Gone -- its title poached from one of Big Sur's lines -- eerily digs into Kerouac's story, at times, insinuating things better than the author's own words."
"Basically, this surcharge will be added to any fines that are imposed by the tickets the poacher has received if the animal he/she has poached is a "trophy" animal."