poind


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poind

(pɪnd)
vb (tr)
1. (Law) to take (property of a debtor) in execution or by way of distress; distrain
2. (Law) to impound (stray cattle, etc)
[C15: from Scots, variant of Old English pyndan to impound]

poind


Past participle: poinded
Gerund: poinding

Imperative
poind
poind
Present
I poind
you poind
he/she/it poinds
we poind
you poind
they poind
Preterite
I poinded
you poinded
he/she/it poinded
we poinded
you poinded
they poinded
Present Continuous
I am poinding
you are poinding
he/she/it is poinding
we are poinding
you are poinding
they are poinding
Present Perfect
I have poinded
you have poinded
he/she/it has poinded
we have poinded
you have poinded
they have poinded
Past Continuous
I was poinding
you were poinding
he/she/it was poinding
we were poinding
you were poinding
they were poinding
Past Perfect
I had poinded
you had poinded
he/she/it had poinded
we had poinded
you had poinded
they had poinded
Future
I will poind
you will poind
he/she/it will poind
we will poind
you will poind
they will poind
Future Perfect
I will have poinded
you will have poinded
he/she/it will have poinded
we will have poinded
you will have poinded
they will have poinded
Future Continuous
I will be poinding
you will be poinding
he/she/it will be poinding
we will be poinding
you will be poinding
they will be poinding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been poinding
you have been poinding
he/she/it has been poinding
we have been poinding
you have been poinding
they have been poinding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been poinding
you will have been poinding
he/she/it will have been poinding
we will have been poinding
you will have been poinding
they will have been poinding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been poinding
you had been poinding
he/she/it had been poinding
we had been poinding
you had been poinding
they had been poinding
Conditional
I would poind
you would poind
he/she/it would poind
we would poind
you would poind
they would poind
Past Conditional
I would have poinded
you would have poinded
he/she/it would have poinded
we would have poinded
you would have poinded
they would have poinded
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(19)Wharton exaggerates the size of the hole by referring to the "poind" of Curtius in the Roman Forum.
However, the councils will have to match it pound for poind from their own finances.
The walk will take in sites such as Shaftoe Crags, the deserted medieval village of East Shaftoe, the Poind and His Man - a Bronze Age burial site and its standing stone - and Burnt Mounds, where prehistoric people dropped heated rocks into water for cooking purposes and left piles of stone debris behind.
Even if the former take their cut it will be worth it if they finally pin, if not poind, the defaulters down.
Charity worker Sarah, of Tobermory, Mull, feared Sheriff's Officers would march into the cottage, where she has lived since she was born, and poind her possessions, which would then have been sold for a pittance.
They say they will arrest his wages or "poind" possessions if he does not pay council tax debts of pounds 80.23 for 1993/94 and pounds 357.39 from 1994/95.