pocked

[ pokt ]

adjective
  1. marked with pustules or with pits left by them; pitted.

Origin of pocked

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How to use pocked in a sentence

  • They turned into the dark mouth of one of the caves which pocked the crater's inside wall.

    The Jewels of Aptor | Samuel R. Delany
  • I am pocked from head to heel like a Swiss mercenary late come from Venice.

    Joan of the Sword Hand | S(amuel) R(utherford) Crockett
  • The craters lie in a blown and dug up wilderness of heaps of reddish earth, pocked with shell-holes, and tumbled with wire.

    The Old Front Line | John Masefield
  • It was his third summer for that same cupola and the tin was pocked with little dents for three feet up and down.

    Back Home | Irvin S. Cobb
  • Is it fox-red, and the man a small man pocked with sun-spots, and very quick in his movements?

    Sir Nigel | Arthur Conan Doyle