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  1. simple past and past participle of pock

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pocked (comparative more pocked, superlative most pocked)

  1. pockmarked
    • 2021 August 18, Jan Hoffman, “Richard Sackler Says Family and Purdue Bear No Responsibility for Opioid Crisis”, in The New York Times[1], →ISSN:
      Similar to an extended deposition he gave in 2015 to Kentucky state lawyers, Dr. Sackler offered testimony largely pocked with faint or absent recollections, terse statements and deflections to his legal team.