Definition of Popply

1. like a rippling sound [adj POPPLIER, POPPLIEST]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Popply

popping crease
popping in
popping off
popping one's clogs
popping out
popping up
poppish
poppit
poppits
popple
poppled
popples
popplier
poppliest
poppling
popply (current term)
poppodom
poppodoms
poppy
poppy family
poppy head
poppy heads
poppy mallow
poppy seed
poppycock
poppycocks
poppyhead
poppyheads
poppylike
poppyseed

Literary usage of Popply

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Funny Little Socks: Being the Fourth Book of the Series by "Aunt Fanny's" Daughter, Sarah L. Barrow, John Fowler Trow, Leavitt & Allen (1865)
"... and 'en— and 'en I tailed Body popply-polly, and s'e wan away!" That amused Miss Ella very much, and pretty soon she opened her work- box, ..."

2. The Religious Magazine and Monthly Review by Edmund H Sears, James William Thompson, John Hopkins Morison (1857)
"I was very unwilling to go away, but was promised a finer sight yet, if I was not afraid to go where the water was a little " popply. ..."

3. Les Français peints par eux-mêmes: encyclopédie morale du dix-neuvième siècle by Honoré de Balzac (1841)
"Mais, monsieur, dit Emma popply en éclatant encore avec rage, c'est infâme de se faire ainsi le mouchard et le geôlier d'une pauvre femme! ..."

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