pole

Part of speech: noun

A long slender piece of wood or metal; a rod.

Part of speech: noun

An extremity of the axis of a sphere.

Part of speech: noun

One of two points, as of a magnet, at which opposite qualities are concentrated.

Part of speech: noun

One of the Slavic people inhabiting Poland.

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Usage examples "pole":

  1. Then they went up into the house and he leaned against the corner pole. - "Traditions of the Tinguian: A Study in Philippine Folk-Lore", Fay-Cooper Cole.
  2. It don't make any difference if the German flag is on that pole; they've got to do that. - "Tom Slade with the Boys Over There", Percy K. Fitzhugh.
  3. And they cut a very long pole. - "William Tell Told Again", P. G. Wodehouse.