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poult

 (pōlt)
n.
A young fowl, especially a young turkey.

[Middle English pult, young fowl, young chicken, short for polet, from Old French poulet, diminutive of poule, polle, hen; see poulard.]

poult

(pəʊlt)
n
(Animals) the young of a gallinaceous bird, esp of domestic fowl
[C15: syncopated variant of poulet pullet]

poult

(pʊlt)
n
(Textiles) a fine plain-weave fabric of silk, rayon, nylon, etc, with slight ribs across it. Also called: poult-de-soie
[C20: from French; of unknown origin; compare paduasoy]

poult

(poʊlt)

n.
a young fowl, as of the turkey, the pheasant, or a similar bird.
[1375–1425; late Middle English pult(e); syncopated variant of pullet]

poult

- A young domestic fowl (like a turkey) being raised for food.
See also related terms for turkey.
Translations

poult

n (Farming)
(= chicken)junges Huhn
(= turkey)junger Truthahn
(= pheasant)junger Fasan
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The whole process can take up to three months before a new flock of turkey poults can be brought in, said Steve Olson, executive director of the Minnesota Turkey Growers Association.
And Poults has the game to do well so there are a lot of people with a chance but the man to beat is Rory.
We immunosuppressed 10-wk-old turkey poults with dexamethasone.
It was a great chemistry and there was a bit of banter afterwards because Poults (Ian Poulter) was an Arsenal fan, he gave me a bit of stick.
Poults is back on song after some of the worst golf of his life courtesy of an amazing 75-foot chip-in at the 15th.
In 1966, VanHoof began hatching and raising his own breeding turkeys and now also supplies other New England farms with turkey poults (babies).
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Breeds are chosen to suit organic system, with chicks arriving on the unit as one-day-old poults.
Everyone has the talent and the ability to win and there's a bunch of great and good European players right now, Justin (Rose) and Poults (Ian Poulter) and Rory (McIlroy) and Graeme (McDowell), and the list goes on and on.
Plavnik I and S Hurwitz Response of broiler chickens and turkey poults to food restriction of varied severity during early life.
And nobody loves taking American pants down more than the combative Poults, whose eye-bulging euphoria at whipping them at Medinah remains the abiding image of that titanic encounter.