Definition of "poulet" [poulet]

  • A note; a familiar note. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "poulet" in a sentence
  • "And, if you were to send a poulet to a fine woman, in such a hand, she would think that it really came from the poulailler; which, by the bye, is the etymology of the word poulet; for Henry the Fourth of France used to send billets-doux to his mistresses by his poulailler, under pretense of sending them chickens; which gave the name of poulets to those short, but expressive manuscripts."
  • "To poulet, or not to poulet, that is our question."
  • "She squatted over a charcoal pit, cooking an aromatic chicken and gravy called poulet pays en sauce."