Definition of Poppadums

1. Noun. (plural of poppadum) ¹



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Definition of Poppadums

1. poppadum [n] - See also: poppadum

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Poppadums

poplitei
popliteus
poplitic
popo
popodom
popos
popout
popouts
popover
popovers
poppa
poppable
poppadom
poppadoms
poppadum
poppadums (current term)
poppas
popped
popped corn
popped in
popped off
popped one's clogs
popped out
popped up
poppers
poppet
poppet valve
poppets
poppied

Literary usage of Poppadums

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1. Fifty Years' Reminiscences of India: A Retrospect of Travel, Adventure and by Fitz William Thomas Pollok (1896)
"poppadums, pickles, and other Indian relishes, are sold by Messrs. Stembridge, of 33, Leicester Square, London. If in the East, it is better to 21 ..."

2. A Sportswoman in India: Personal Adventures and Experiences of Travel in by Isabel Savory (1900)
"... followed—a really good Bengal hump is hard to beat; next the inevitable chicken cutlets; next curried mutton and rice, with (poppadums') thin wafers, ..."

3. Twenty-one Days in India: Being the Tour of Sir Ali Baba, K.C.B. by George Aberigh-Mackay (1896)
"Some Planters grow tea, coffee, lac. mother- of-pearl, pickles, poppadums and curry powder —but now I am becoming encyclopaedic and scientific, ..."

4. The Fisheries Exhibition Literature (1883)
"(508) poppadums, from Madras (cukes eaten curries). JMAN, A., Oriental Depot, 17 Ebury Street, SW (509) Curry Tow- Prepared ..."

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