Definition of Pucer
1. puce [adj] - See also: puce
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Literary usage of Pucer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Introduction to English Literature by Henry Spackman Pancoast (1907)
"... springing from a different source and of a different spirit, its pucer and more natural music audible almost before that of Pope has fairly begun, ..."
2. The Horse of America in His Derivation, History and Development by John Hankins Wallace (1897)
"... Jay-Eye-See, Blue Bull—The pucer forces himself into publicity— Higher rate of speed—Pacing races verv early—Quietly and easily developed—Comes to his ..."
3. Glossary of Terms and Phrases by Henry Percy Smith (1883)
"(Eccl.) The stand or pucer on which the chalice rests ; or the plate in which the bread is placed, in the Eucharistie Office. Fate, Dore, Tendre. (Paste. ..."
4. The Romance of History: France by Leitch Ritchie (1831)
"The wearer of this cane might set thieves and wild beasts at defiance.—pucer, Traite des Divinations. Thiers, Traite des Superst. ..."