a conservative reactionary movement to protect the business interests of small traders
[poo-leyn] /puˈleɪn/ noun 1. a shoe or boot with an elongated pointed toe, fashionable in the 15th century. 2. the toe on such a shoe.
[poo-lahrd] /puˈlɑrd/ noun 1. a hen spayed to improve the flesh for use as food. /ˈpuːlɑːd/ noun 1. a hen that has been spayed for fattening Compare capon
noun 1. a Mediterranean wheat, Triticum turgidum, grown as a forage crop in the U.S.
[poo-lank] /puˈlɛ̃k/ noun 1. Francis [frahn-sees] /frɑ̃ˈsis/ (Show IPA), 1899–1963, French composer and pianist. /French pulɛ̃ːk/ noun 1. Francis (frɑ̃sis). 1899–1963, French composer; a member of Les Six. His works include the operas Les Mamelles de Tirésias (1947) and Dialogues des Carmélites (1957), and the ballet Les Biches (1924)