[poh-it-as-ter] /ˈpoʊ ɪtˌæs tər/
an inferior ; a writer of indifferent verse.
a writer of inferior verse
1590s, from Middle French poetastre (1550s), from Latin poeta (see poet) + -aster, diminutive (pejorative) suffix. Old Norse had skaldfifl “poetaster.”
[poh-i-tis] /ˈpoʊ ɪ tɪs/ noun 1. a woman who writes poetry. n. 1520s, from poet + -ess. Earlier fem. form was poetresse (early 15c.). Old Norse had skaldkona “poetess.”
- Pocket litter
noun phrase The usual miscellany in a person’s pocket: just a driver’s license and some pocket litter (1973+)
[pok-it-nahyf] /ˈpɒk ɪtˌnaɪf/ noun, plural pocketknives. 1. a with one or more blades that fold into the handle, suitable for carrying in the . /ˈpɒkɪtˌnaɪf/ noun (pl) -knives 1. a small knife with one or more blades that fold into the handle; penknife
[pok-it-hang-ker-chif, -cheef] /ˈpɒk ɪtˈhæŋ kər tʃɪf, -ˌtʃif/ noun 1. (def 1).