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Synonyms for poky

Synonyms for poky

proceeding at a rate less than usual or desired

Synonyms for poky

a correctional institution used to detain persons who are in the lawful custody of the government (either accused persons awaiting trial or convicted persons serving a sentence)

wasting time

Related Words

small and remote and insignificant

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Because whether it is out and proud or discreetly covered, the poky little penis is here to stay.
KIM: 'Money to be made'; FALSE: "Principal Dolan"; FALSE: Luxury lecture room; FICTION: Imposing entrance from college's brochure - but it's another university; FACT: Corrugated cladding outside the poky warehouse where college is based
In today's Internet environment, it's not the speed of the computer that causes delay; it's the poky modem and network and dawdling Internet access provider, they say.
The Poky Little Puppy is the all-time best-selling children's hardcover book, notes a Golden Books spokeswoman, adding that further awareness will be generated this summer by the airing of Poky and Friends on The Disney Channel.
The public is invited to join the store for story times throughout the weekend with appearances by Max the Bunny, Curious George and Poky Little Puppy, as well as samplings from Joe Muggs.
The Poky Little Puppy Little Engine That Could Ferdinand
Where once he built great machines in vast yards, he now sits surrounded by junk and clutter in a poky shed, lovingly attempting to make a mechanical bird fly.
Mum-of-one Sarah, 38, has made the most of every bit of space in her 200-year-old home in Twickenham, West London, transforming it from the dark and poky den she first bought.
And any move to shun new building in the deluded hope that businesses will move into vacant poky historical offices is to ignore market trends.
Comedian, presenter and comedy scriptwriter Tudur Owen can often be found in the study - "a poky little dark room" - of his family home in the North Wales village of Y Felinheli, between Caernarfon and Bangor.
That gave my friend the courage to pull out a cigarette -- and just as I'd started protesting that I didn't want to go out in the cold and give her company till she'd had her last drag, I was told that the poky restaurant had a smoking room.
Mind you if they'd had it in the city centre rather than in the poky little back street it was on they might have stood a better chance.
His drawings are small, and the installation in Baumgold's poky basement space had an outwardly modest aspect.
It shoots at a reasonable 640 x 480 resolution, has 2x digital zoom and a poky 1.
The Poky Little Puppy, Tootle among others), the earliest of which were published in 1941.