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  • A pocket is a sack or envelope-like repository either affixed to or embedded in a piece of clothing to hold little things.
  • In somewhat later European apparel, pockets started by being draped like totes from a belt, which could be hidden underneath a coat or jerkin to debilitate pickpocketing and came to through a cut in the external article of clothing.
  • Pockets are additionally joined to gear, rucksacks, and comparative things. In more established utilization, a pocket was a different little pack or pocket.