The Collaborative International Dictionary
Pule \Pule\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Puled; p. pr. & vb. n. Puling.] [F. piauler; cf. L. pipilare, pipire, to peep, pip, chirp, and E. peep to chirp.]
To cry like a chicken.
To whimper; to whine, as a complaining child.
It becometh not such a gallant to whine and pule.
vb. (en-past of: pule)
Usage examples of "puled".
Great hulking rampways made of timbers bound in iron creaked ponderously as they were puled and pushed on metal-rimmed wheels through the half-light, mobile pathways to the heights of the fortified bluff.
It looks like we got Esme back but I don’t know shes actin funny and quiet not like herself normally so Im keepin an Eye on her just in case Lily puled a farst one in the mirror.
Even when he puled and wailed, he never disgusted me by his childishness as you are doing, here and now.