When a pullet is ready to lay she intimates the event by a joyous and easy soft note.
We had nothing but only this, and a leg of mutton, and a pullet or two.
Come with me—I will kill a pullet for you, the last of my lot!
I don't see why, as long as there might be a rooster and a pullet.
I grilled the pullet with my own hands, to make sure of despatch.
She held the pullet to the block and Jacinto raised the axe.
One of his fowls was a large capon pheasant, as fat as a pullet.
As to my poultry, I obtained with some difficulty the favor of a pullet and a rooster for $2.00.
Late at the office, and then home to supper, having taken a pullet home with me, and then to bed.
Dampier says, 'so sweet that no pullet can eat more pleasantly.
late 14c., "young fowl" (late 13c. as a surname), from Anglo-French pullet, Old French poulette, poilette, diminutive of poule, poille "hen, chicken," from Vulgar Latin *pulla, fem. of Latin pullus "young animal, young fowl" (see foal (n.)). Technically, a young hen from the time she begins to lay until the first molt.