Definition of pump:
- A low shoe or slipper with a single sole, without a heel, and unwelted, chiefly used in dancing.
- A machine for raising water or other liquid, consisting of a tube, in which a piston and two valves work in those of the simplest description.
- To raise water or a liquid with a pump; to elicit or draw out from a person by artful questions, as information or secrets.
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- "The Master of the Ceremonies", George Manville Fenn.
- "The Turmoil A Novel", Booth Tarkington.
- "American Prisoners of the Revolution", Danske Dandridge.