Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Variant of lollipop.

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  • n. Alternative spelling of lollipop.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A coarse sweetmeat, made of sugar and treacle, usually with the addition of butter and flour; taffy.
  • n. plural Sweets; bonbons; candies.

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Examples

  • Whereas the general public is quite concerned and reasonably so about the proliferation of 'lollypop' girls; those with huge heads and stick figured bodies, there is far less concern about the proliferation of obesity and health issues related to being overweight.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • The BrainPort is a tiny video camera attached to a pair of sunglasses which are linked to a plastic "lollypop" the user places on their tongue to read the electrical pulses.

    FOXNews.com

  • Nigel Humphrey, 50, from Belvedere Avenue, Lancing, narrowly missed crashing into 44-year-old Anne Ford and hit her 'lollypop' with his Landrover as she stood terrified in the middle of West Street, Sompting, last July.

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  • One shining example would be with the lollypop scene.

    2009 August

  • For "Silver Cupcake Paper Dress," Mr. Cotton printed out snapshots of, among other things, a lollypop, two red lips and a multi-tiered cake, and paired them with a charcoal drawing of a woman wearing the cake as a hat.

    An Artist Sweetens the Lot

  • Push a wooden skewer or lollypop stick into each of four medium-sized apples.

    Nigel Slater's classic toffee apple recipe

  • We've been married 35 years, and I'm not saying he's not human, and I'm not stupid enough to think he's never "undressed" a voluptuous little lollypop with his eyes, but I'm seriously insecure and it's not fair, that at our age, he looks like a mature, gracefully aging Clark Kent and I look like an old Peppermint Patty.

    Pat Gallagher: Post-50 One-Night Stands: Don't Try This at Home!

  • Obama bribes Kucinich with a Air Force One and a lollypop

    Think Progress » Kansas Attorney General Refuses To Sue Federal Government Over Health Care Reform

  • Or again: 'If don't get straight into the car, you can't have a lollypop...' and my mom pointed out that sooner or later they'll answer:

    Juliet Linley: Too Many Threats

  • 'I don't want dessert anyway,' or: 'I don't care about watching cartoons,' or again: 'I don't feel like a lollypop'.

    Juliet Linley: Too Many Threats

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