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Definition of "polk" []

  • James Knox. 1795–1849, US statesman; 11th president of the US (1845–49). During his administration, Texas and territory now included in New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, Oregon, and California were added to the Union (noun)

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Use "polk" in a sentence
  • "A capital regimental band accompanied them, and whenever weather and ground permitted, even after long marches, they would waltz and "polk" in couples with as much zest as if their arms encircled the supple waists of the Célestines and Mélazies of their native Teche."
  • "Page 48 and whenever weather and ground permitted, even after long marches, they would waltz and "polk" in couples with as much zest as if their arms encircled the supple waists of the Célestines and Mélazies of their native Téche."
  • "I hope the Gods send Bubo flying down and polk out your BITCH eyes out, then you'll become a Blind Bitch…."
  • "A capital regimental band accompanied them, and whenever weather and ground permitted, even after long marches, they would waltz and "polk" in couples with as much zest as if their arms encircled the supple waists of the Célestines and Mélazies of their native Teche."
  • "Page 48 and whenever weather and ground permitted, even after long marches, they would waltz and "polk" in couples with as much zest as if their arms encircled the supple waists of the Célestines and Mélazies of their native Téche."
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  • "Either you hired the plagarist as your new editor or too much time is being spent polishing the polk, regardless I look forward to your return to fact based journalism rather than vile surrogate blather being passed off as polling info."