- n flesh of a medium-sized young chicken suitable for frying
- n young hen usually less than a year old
- The man in charge said, 'Hold on there; wait a minute there; before you pull out that pullet hold on a minute; let us get down the NRA rule book and look through it.
- Egg, small egg, duck egg, goose egg, guinea egg, robin's egg, pigeon egg, quail egg, small pullet's egg, banty egg; walnut, English walnut, hulled walnut, hull of walnut, pecan .
- First prize (a strictly functional Leghorn pullet) went to Tom Currie of Southport, Conn, for his "man"a creature with a flat, streamlined head atop a flying-saucer body.
- William Dampier in guardian.co.uk
William Dampier, a 17th-century British pirate based on the GalÃ¡pagos islands, described them as "extraordinary large and fat, and so sweet, that no pullet eats more pleasantly".