Definition of Poxed
1. pox [v] - See also: pox
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Poxed
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Literary usage of Poxed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1890)
"... and while they gave due heed to the abundant experience that cow-poxed milkers had not escaped the common epidemic of the time, Jenner persuaded himself ..."
2. A Treatise on the Wrongs Called Slander and Libel, and on the Remedy by by John Townshend (1890)
"But the words, '' I never came home and poxed my wife," held not capable of being construed as a charge that the party to whom the words were addressed had ..."
3. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1820)
"Many instances have occurred where children have been diseased without the most remote proof that the father has ever been poxed. Many others where there is ..."
4. A pronouncing Gaelic dictionary: to which is prefixed a consise but most by Neil MacAlpine (1833)
"N. SAL, sail, nm wax of the ear, slimy dirt. SALAMI, sal'-ach, adj. dirty, nasty, foul, poxed. ... pt. defiled, poxed. ..."
5. A Report on vaccination and its results by Royal Commission on Vaccination (1898)
"... previously been cow-poxed, but who were nevertheless regarded as having thereby received the infection to an extent sufficient to establish immunity. ..."