Origin of pouch
How to use pouch in a sentence
Even when caught with 100 pouches of tobacco the infractions are minor.
Once the tobacco is on the compound, the pouches wholesale for 50 books of stamps, or $300 each.
“The kitchen warehouse clerk was paid $1,000 for every 100 pouches to receive and store the tobacco,” the prisoner says.
They were little foil pouches filled with vegetables and usually chicken or steak.
The General would not allow the little black pouches hitherto worn on the belt by officers.The British Expedition to the Crimea|William Howard Russell
The second is the having pouches on each side of the jaw, in which the animal can store its food.
The mandrill has pouches on the sides of his cheeks, and callosities on his posteriors.
The ouanderou has pouches on each side of his cheeks, and callosities upon his posteriors.
The macaque has pouches on each side of his cheeks, and callosities on his posteriors.