“Come on,” she urged the poky car as it struggled up the slope.
It is so silly of you trying to make yourself miserable, and living in poky lodgings.
“I can't help it, mamma; Battles is slow and poky,” he fumed.
She wore a print short-gown and petticoat, and a poky sun-bonnet; and her bare arms were reeking with soap-suds.
One hundred and thirty pounds a year for this poky little hole?
She could not stand the poky little lodgings, and she missed her servant Abdullah more than words could tell.
I wouldn't have you go prowling about this poky old place for anything.
How small and poky and drab the home drawing-room would appear in comparison!
But I'm due in a poky little place in Massachusetts called Enderby.
I wasn't very sick, and that made it all the worse being down in a poky state-room when I wanted to walk.