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Word of the Day
Tuesday, January 28, 2003

Definitions for pule

  1. To whimper; to whine.

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Citations for pule
The first lady initially flourished as a wronged wife precisely because she endured her humiliation so stoically; she did not whine or pule or treat her pain as license to behave badly. Michelle Cottle, New Republic
But my self-absorbed fretting and puling always come to an abrupt end with some surprise gift. Thomas J. McCarthy, America
Origin of pule
Pule is perhaps from French piauler, "to whine, to pule," ultimately of imitative origin.