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37 Words That Start With POP

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pop (verb) bulge outward come out, pop out, protrude, start, bug out, bulge, bulge out
pop (verb) hit a pop-fly -
pop (verb) make a sharp explosive noise -
pop (verb) fire a weapon with a loud explosive noise -
pop (verb) cause to make a sharp explosive sound -
pop (verb) appear suddenly or unexpectedly; happen unexpectedly pop out, burst out, pop up, crop up
pop (verb) put or thrust suddenly and forcefully -
pop (verb) release suddenly -
pop (verb) hit or strike -
pop (verb) drink down entirely down, kill, drink down, pour down, belt down, bolt down, toss off
pop (verb) take drugs, especially orally -
pop (verb) cause to burst with a loud, explosive sound -
pop (verb) burst open with a sharp, explosive sound -
pop (adverb) like a pop or with a pop -
pop (noun) an informal term for a father; probably derived from baby talk dada, dad, daddy, pa, papa, pappa
pop (noun) a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring soda, tonic, soda pop, soda water
pop (noun) a sharp explosive sound as from a gunshot or drawing a cork popping
pop (noun) music of general appeal to teenagers; a bland watered-down version of rock'n'roll with more rhythm and harmony and an emphasis on romantic love pop music
pop (adjective) (of music or art) new and of general appeal (especially among young people) popular
popcorn (noun) corn having small ears and kernels that burst when exposed to dry heat Zea mays everta
popcorn (noun) small kernels of corn exploded by heat -
pope (noun) the head of the Roman Catholic Church Roman Catholic Pope, Holy Father, pontiff, Vicar of Christ, Catholic Pope, Bishop of Rome
popery (noun) offensive terms for the practices and rituals of the Roman Catholic Church papism
popeyed (adjective) with eyes or mouth open in surprise openmouthed, goggle-eyed
popeyed (adjective) having bulging eyes -
popgun (noun) plaything consisting of a toy gun that makes a popping sound -
popinjay (noun) a vain and talkative person (chatters like a parrot) -
popinjay (noun) an archaic term for a parrot -
popish (adjective) of or relating to or supporting Romanism R.C., Roman, Roman Catholic, Romanist, romish, papist, papistic, papistical
popishly (adverb) like the Pope; in a popish manner -
poplar (noun) soft light-colored non-durable wood of the poplar -
poplar (noun) any of numerous trees of north temperate regions having light soft wood and flowers borne in catkins poplar tree
poplin (noun) a ribbed fabric used in clothing and upholstery -
popliteal (adjective) of or relating to the area behind the knee joint -
popover (noun) light hollow muffin made of a puff batter (individual Yorkshire pudding) baked in a deep muffin cup -
popper (noun) a container of stimulant drug (amyl nitrate or butyl nitrite) -
popper (noun) a container for cooking popcorn -
poppet (noun) a mushroom-shaped valve that rises perpendicularly from its seat; commonly used in internal-combustion engines poppet valve
poppin (adjective) Of an event that is taking place and is lively -
popping (noun) a sharp explosive sound as from a gunshot or drawing a cork pop
poppy (noun) annual or biennial or perennial herbs having showy flowers -
poppycock (noun) senseless talk stuff, hooey, stuff and nonsense
popsicle (noun) ice cream or water ice on a small wooden stick ice lolly, lollipop, lolly
populace (noun) people in general considered as a whole world, public
popular (adjective) regarded with great favor, approval, or affection especially by the general public -
popular (adjective) carried on by or for the people (or citizens) at large -
popular (adjective) representing or appealing to or adapted for the benefit of the people at large democratic
popular (adjective) (of music or art) new and of general appeal (especially among young people) pop
popularisation (noun) an interpretation that easily understandable and acceptable popularization
popularisation (noun) the act of making something attractive to the general public popularization, vulgarisation, vulgarization
popularise (verb) cater to popular taste to make popular and present to the general public; bring into general or common use popularize, vulgarise, vulgarize, generalise, generalize
popularise (verb) make understandable to the general public popularize
populariser (noun) someone who makes something attractive to the general public popularizer, vulgariser, vulgarizer
popularism (noun) music adapted to the understanding and taste of the majority -
popularity (noun) the quality of being widely admired or accepted or sought after -
popularization (noun) an interpretation that easily understandable and acceptable popularisation
popularization (noun) the act of making something attractive to the general public popularisation, vulgarisation, vulgarization
popularize (verb) cater to popular taste to make popular and present to the general public; bring into general or common use popularise, vulgarise, vulgarize, generalise, generalize
popularize (verb) make understandable to the general public popularise
popularizer (noun) someone who makes something attractive to the general public populariser, vulgariser, vulgarizer
popularly (adverb) among the people -
populate (verb) be an inhabitant of or reside in dwell, live, inhabit
populate (verb) fill with inhabitants -
populated (adjective) furnished with inhabitants -
population (noun) the people who inhabit a territory or state -
population (noun) a group of organisms of the same species inhabiting a given area -
population (noun) (statistics) the entire aggregation of items from which samples can be drawn universe
population (noun) the number of inhabitants (either the total number or the number of a particular race or class) in a given place (country or city etc.) -
population (noun) the act of populating (causing to live in a place) -
populism (noun) the political doctrine that supports the rights and powers of the common people in their struggle with the privileged elite -
populist (noun) someone who advocates the rights of the common people over those of the elite -
populous (adjective) densely populated thickly settled

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