Last modified on 11 March 2014, at 02:56
See also: Pooh

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pooh

  1. Expression of dismissal or contempt.
  2. Used when encountering an unpleasant smell.

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pooh (third-person singular simple present poohs, present participle poohing, simple past and past participle poohed)

  1. To say "pooh"; to make a dismissive, contemptuous sound.
    (Can we find and add a quotation of Anthony Burgess to this entry?)

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