pulp test n.
See vitality test.
[puhlp-woo d] /ˈpʌlpˌwʊd/ noun 1. spruce or other soft suitable for making paper. /ˈpʌlpˌwʊd/ noun 1. pine, spruce, or any other soft wood used to make paper
[puhl-pee] /ˈpʌl pi/ adjective, pulpier, pulpiest. 1. pertaining to, characteristic of, or resembling ; fleshy or soft. 2. pertaining to, characteristic of, or resembling magazines or books considered ; sensationalistic; trashy. /ˈpʌlpɪ/ adjective pulpier, pulpiest 1. having a soft or soggy consistency adj. 1590s, from pulp (n.) + -y (2). Related: Pulpiness.
[poo l-kee; Spanish pool-ke] /ˈpʊl ki; Spanish ˈpul kɛ/ noun 1. a fermented milky drink made from the juice of certain species of agave in Mexico. /ˈpʊlkɪ; Spanish ˈpulke/ noun 1. a light alcoholic drink from Mexico made from the juice of various agave plants, esp the maguey n. 1690s, from American Spanish pulque, of […]
[pool-ke-ree-ah] /ˌpul kɛˈri ɑ/ noun, plural pulquerías [pool-ke-ree-ahs] /ˌpul kɛˈri ɑs/ (Show IPA). Mexican Spanish. 1. a tavern selling pulque.