- the walls, columns, and other solids of a building or the like, as indicated on an architectural plan, usually in black.
Origin of poché
< French, past participle of pocher to make a rough sketch, poach2
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Examples from the Web for poche
Had the cares of his bank driven him to such a lonely hermitage as La Poche?A Village of Vagabonds
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"And be ambushed," he added, as Poche followed White Ann's lead.
"I thought so," she observed, as he led Poche and Smith from hiding.
Thoroughly surprised, Oliver reined in, and Poche began to dance.
And how do the English-speaking people spell the second word, Poche?