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noun Informal.
  1. excrement.
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verb (used without object), pooed, poo·ing.
  1. to defecate.
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Examples from the Web for poos

Historical Examples

  • Numerous pilgrims visit the shrines, more especially in the month of Poos, or November.

    Recollections of Thirty-nine Years in the Army

    Charles Alexander Gordon

  • And it was a sight to see them come running when the man brought in the milk and called Poos, p-ooo-s, p-ooo-s.

    Little Mitchell

    Margaret W. Morley

British Dictionary definitions for poos


interjection, noun, verb
  1. another spelling of pooh
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Word Origin and History for poos



also pooh, baby-talk for "excrement," 1950s (cf. poop (n.2)).

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