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poley

/ ˈpəʊlɪ /

adjective

  1. (of cattle) hornless or polled


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"That's softer yet, Poley," laughed the Flamingo, who appeared to be less concerned than anybody.

A peculiar feature in the vegetation of the western plains is the “roley-poley,” which is called in America the “tumble weed.”

"Give my love to old Roley-Poley, and tell him I don't trust 'im," he ses.'

Having started again we came one and a quarter miles over rich downs very much overrun with roley-poley.

At 11 came east-south-east across a plain to some extent overrun with roley-poley to a deep stream flowing to the north.

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