The Collaborative International Dictionary
Pox \Pox\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Poxed; p. pr. & vb. n. Poxing.] To infect with the pox, or syphilis.
vb. (en-past of: pox)
Usage examples of "poxed".
Many favored Gorth: He was in the full flush of strength and, after all, had good reason to challenge the Tai-Pan if there was truth to the rumor that Culum was poxed and that, knowing this, the Tai-Pan had sent Tess and Culum to sea with a captain who could marry them beyond the three-mile limit.
Plenty's tried, including that poxed bastard who calls himself a Major, but no one's killed me.
Your Marines are poxed, my Battalion can't come, what am I supposed to do?
Jesus Christ, but I should revenge my Savior by slicing your rancid head off your useless body, you foul poxed son of a whore!
Cabral shouted at the men to jump out and kill the bastard sons of poxed whores, yet still the longboat was sliding up the beach, driven by the wave, while ten yards to the left another boat had turned sideways and rolled so that the welter of white water was littered with men, weapons and oars.
Your sloop is peculiar enough, without making her look like a poxed cocked hat, the laughing-stock of the fleet, creeping about at five knots because you don't choose to set more sail.
But apart from these poxed vegetables, don't you think it looks tolerably well?