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air pocket a downward air current that can cause an abrupt change, usu. a drop, in an aircraft's altitude.
in one's pocket under one's control.
out-of-pocket requiring an outlay of cash. [2 definitions]
patch pocket a pocket made by sewing a piece of shaped material to the outside of a piece of clothing.
pocket billiards any of several versions of billiards or pool played on a six-pocket table with a cue ball and fifteen numbered balls.
pocket book a book, esp. a paperback, that is small enough to be carried in a pocket.
pocket money a small amount of money given or carried for incidental expenses. [2 definitions]
pocket mouse any of various small, nocturnal desert-dwelling North American rodents that have fur-lined cheek pouches.
pocket veto in the United States, the indirect veto that occurs when the President refuses to sign a bill within ten days of the adjournment of Congress.
pocket-size small enough to be carried conveniently in a pocket.
vest-pocket designed to fit into, or as if into, a vest pocket. [2 definitions]
watch pocket a small pocket, as in a vest or trousers, for carrying a watch.