noun, plural po·co·cu·ran·ti [poh-koh-koo-ran-tee, -rahn-, -kyoo-; Italian paw-kaw-koo-rahn-tee] /ˌpoʊ koʊ kʊˈræn ti, -ˈrɑn-, -kyʊ-; Italian ˌpɔ kɔ kuˈrɑn ti/.
Related formspo·co·cu·ran·tism [poh-koh-koo-ran-tiz-uh m, -rahn-, -kyoo-] /ˌpoʊ koʊ kʊˈræn tɪz əm, -ˈrɑn-, -kyʊ-/, po·co·cu·ran·te·ism, noun
Examples from the Web for pococurante
While they were waiting for dinner Pococurante ordered a concert.
Martin found there was a good deal of reason in Pococurante's remarks.
While dinner was getting ready, Pococurante ordered a concert.Voltaire's Romances|Franois-Marie Arouet
For me, as you may have found out, I am the pococurante senator, and above all things very free in saying what I think.Critical Miscellanies (Vol. 2 of 3)|John Morley
But for myself, although I assure you not a pococurante, I cannot help thinking there is no slight dash of the commonplace.'Sketches|Benjamin Disraeli