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intr.v. puled, pul·ing, pules
To whine; whimper.

[Perhaps from French piauler, of imitative origin.]

pul′er n.
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Little wonder that he quotes with relish from David Lodge's hilarious academic novels, Chonging Places and Small World, which skewer the preeners and the pulers in the ivied halls.