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pussy willow a small North American willow with large, velvety, silver-gray catkins. [2 definitions]
pustulant causing pustules to form. [2 definitions]
pustular of, relating to, or covered with pustules.
pustulate to form or cause pustules. [2 definitions]
pustule a bump on the skin, such as a pimple, that is filled with pus. [2 definitions]
put to move (something) to a particular position or location. [11 definitions]
put all one's eggs in one basket to risk all one has on a single undertaking.
put aside to save for a future time.
putative widely thought to be such; reputed; supposed.
put away to return something to the place where it usually stays.
put back to return something to a place.
put-down (informal) a comment or action that has the intent or result of embarrassing, humiliating, or rejecting someone. [2 definitions]
put down to stop holding; lay (something) down. [4 definitions]
put off to delay. [2 definitions]
put-on done or assumed deceptively; pretended. [3 definitions]
put on to dress in. [2 definitions]
put one's head on the chopping block to take, or be subject to, a great risk, as of being severely criticized or fired.
put one's nose to the grindstone to start or diligently pursue some hard or tedious work, esp. in a spirit of resignation.
put one through one's paces to cause one to demonstrate skill or ability.
put on the map make famous or celebrated (used esp. of obscure places that gain sudden fame by association with a celebrated person or event).
put-out in baseball, any play in which a player is declared to be out.