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Definition of "pocketed" []

  • A small bag or pouch in a garment for carrying small articles, money, etc (noun)
  • Any bag or pouch or anything resembling this (noun)
  • A cavity or hollow in the earth, etc, such as one containing gold or other ore (noun)
  • The ore in such a place (noun)
  • A small enclosed or isolated area (noun)
  • Any of the six holes with pouches or nets let into the corners and sides of a billiard table (noun)
  • A position in a race in which a competitor is hemmed in (noun)
  • A player in one of two side positions at the ends of the ground (noun)
  • A bag or sack of vegetables or fruit (noun)
  • Suitable for fitting in a pocket; small (noun)
  • Denoting a pair formed from the two private cards dealt to a player in a game of Texas hold 'em (noun)
  • To put into one's pocket (verb)
  • To take surreptitiously or unlawfully; steal (verb)
  • To enclose or confine in or as if in a pocket (verb)
  • To receive (an insult, injury, etc) without retaliating (verb)
  • To conceal or keep back (feelings) (verb)
  • To drive (a ball) into a pocket (verb)
  • (esp of the President) to retain (a bill) without acting on it in order to prevent it from becoming law (verb)
  • To hem in (an opponent), as in racing (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of pocket. (verb)

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Use "pocketed" in a sentence
  • "Martin pocketed it with a grimace, and felt for a moment the kindly weight of Brissenden's hand upon his shoulder."
  • "That argument struck home, and Elaka pocketed the bilbok."
  • "Pawlenty: Another deep "pocketed" Republican with the delusion that the American people agree with his twisted philosophy."
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