(in a window frame) a removable part of a pulley stile permitting access to sash weights.
- Pocket pool
noun phrase The fondling of one’s own genitals with a pocketed hand (entry form 1930s+, variant 1980s+)
noun 1. a long, narrow walletlike case, usually of leather and containing pockets for credit and business cards, paper money, etc., and sometimes a notepad and pencil.
[pok-it-skwair] /ˈpɒk ɪtˌskwɛər/ noun 1. a handkerchief, often colored or figured, worn in the breast pocket of a suit or blazer as a fashion accessory.
[pok-it-vee-toh] /ˈpɒk ɪtˌvi toʊ/ verb (used with object), pocket-vetoed, pocket-vetoing. 1. to veto (a bill) by exercising a pocket veto. noun 1. a veto of a bill brought about by the president’s failure to sign it within ten days of the adjournment of Congress. 2. a similar action on the part of any legislative executive. […]