Crossword clues for pokey
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Pokey \Pok"ey\, a. See Poky.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"jail," 1919, of uncertain origin; Barnhart says perhaps altered from pogie "poorhouse" (1891), which itself is of unknown origin.
a. 1 (qualifier: of a room, house) of small volume, cramped 2 (context slang English) slow 3 (context slang of a car English) fast alt. 1 (qualifier: of a room, house) of small volume, cramped 2 (context slang English) slow 3 (context slang of a car English) fast n. (context slang with "the" English) prison.
Pokey, Poky or Pokie may refer to:
Usage examples of "pokey".
Pokey were at once enrolled in the Cosey Corner Light Infantry a truly superb company, composed entirely of officers, all wearing cocked hats, carrying flags, waving swords, or beating drums.
Indeed, had Pokey asked any of the ranchers in the area, they would have let him haul away all the manure he needed, but because most of the ranchers were white and Pokey did not trust them, he decided, instead, that he and Samson would steal the cow pies in the dead of night.
Samson attacked a piece of fry bread and was tearing away at its stretchy, donutlike crust when Harlan sat down next to him and said, "So, Squats Behind the Bush, what are you gonna do tomorrow if you see Old Man Coyote in your vision like your Uncle Pokey did?
The bride danced by, dressed all in red, her arms around the shoulders of the Klingons dancing in the hokey pokey line on either side of her.
That and the fact that Pokey can lay it on with a shovel when he wants and Dean is addicted to everybody’.
Security on the floating pokey could pose a challenge, but it's nothing that a trained school of ravenous lemon sharks couldn't solve.
Maybe he could go there really fast, find a spirit helper and go back up to the truck so Pokey could take him to Lodge Grass and get a Coke: thirty minutes, tops.
We caught him in full 14K regalia last week in very senior Red Rod regalia courtesy of a friendly Shanghainese informer, the brother of one of your crew that languished in said stinky Indian pokey.
We caught him in full 14K regalia last week-in very senior Red Rod regalia -courtesy of a friendly Shanghainese informer, the brother of one of your crew that languished in said stinky Indian pokey.
So they went along in their pokey fashion, the weirdly shaped Gremlin making rolling stops at traffic signs and the Eldorado, a little bit later, doing the same.