Definition of pouch:
- A small bag; a pocket; the bag or sack of an animal, as the cheek- pouch of a monkey, or the nursing- pouch of a kangaroo; in mil., a strong leather case, lined with tin divisions, in which a soldier keeps his ammunition; in bot., the short pod or silicle of some cruciferae.
- To put in a pocket or pouch; to save.
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- bag (part of speech: noun)
container (part of speech: noun)
- "Malcolm Sage, Detective", Herbert George Jenkins.
We had not been many minutes engaged, when one of the sailors brought another on his back to the cockpit, where he tossed him down like a bag of oats, and pulling out his pouch, put a large chew of tobacco in his mouth without speaking a word.- "The Adventures of Roderick Random", Tobias Smollett.
- "Jerry's Charge Account", Hazel Hutchins Wilson.